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Old 01-19-2012, 01:44 PM   #57
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Old 01-19-2012, 02:25 PM   #58
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Old 01-19-2012, 02:36 PM   #59
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Man do I agree with you, I've gotten two letters from our city. We brought ours out around three weeks ago. We are getting it ready to leave MN. the second week of Feb. for Fl. We have got the bug bad, hope to see you on the road sometime.
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I, also, live in WA. Have loved the snow we got, over the last several days, and wish we got more! In cold weather you are better off to fill your fresh water tank and put away the hose. If you do not have heated bays, put the hose in the shower to keep it pliable for the next time you fill the fresh tank.

The last big snow was December 2008. Down in SW WA I got 14", Seattle got much more. We had three, back-to-back major snow storms. It was great. The dogs loved it as well! Shot below shows my house and my old TT (have MH now). If you look close, you can see the dogs. Their fencing is half buried.`

I know that a lot of you prefer warmer climates, in winter. I'm just not one of you. Love how snow makes everything smell and how hushed the whole world is. You can't even hear the cars on the road.
nice picture. hehe...looks like my view~ I have a heated water hose, but i think it has failed me (again) This is my 2nd hose. I do like snow and winter, but not in a motorhome. I cant wait for spring
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Old 01-19-2012, 03:33 PM   #61
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Whoa!! That looks great! I'm green with envy.
DW wanted the garage so it wouldn't be obvious when we were gone on trips.
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Old 01-19-2012, 03:38 PM   #62
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WOW! Great setup! It looks fantastic! You have the hookups down in a freeze proof area it looks like. Great project and nice looking coach too!
Thanks

Once the garage goes up I will no longer need to winterize the MH. Going to run gas heat into the garage. Should be nice for those last minute trips south.
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Man do I agree with you, I've gotten two letters from our city. We brought ours out around three weeks ago. We are getting it ready to leave MN. the second week of Feb. for Fl. We have got the bug bad, hope to see you on the road sometime.
Well git 'er packed up and hit the road, Poke!! Hope to see you, too!
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Hah! My sister did the same thing!
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I, also, live in WA. Have loved the snow we got, over the last several days, and wish we got more!
Brrrrrr!!! (I'm wearing shorts right now... )
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Nice having it parked behind the house, but much too cold to go in it now...
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It is still snowing and my friends in AZ are posting pictures on Facebook walking around in shorts and barefoot. I was just doing a quick check in here then planned to go sit in the Motorhome (Parked in the Driveway, no HOA here), turn the TV on, put shorts on and pretend I was in AZ...

There is more snow now, top one was taken yesterday and bottom one at 5:00 am this morning after the freezing rain started.
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CorLynn! What state are you in??
I'm not going to touch that with a 10' pole.

Tomorrow, I have to go out and shovel 76s of Sunshine and dream about my hospitalized Breeze.

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Got this for a retirement gift.



While waiting for my MH to get a heart and lung transplant and a new Pacemaker, I have
to drive my 4 wheel drive off-road vehicle. I do get a lot better mileage with it than my MH.
Got a warning ticket for going over 3 MPH in a school zone. Hey... it was down hill.

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