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Old 03-06-2012, 08:59 PM   #1
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Flashing the neighbors

A good thing to remember when you have a set of bunks in the hallway, if you walk nude in the rig, close the bottom bunk curtains also. Oops !
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Old 03-06-2012, 09:10 PM   #2
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I can't tell you the number of times I walk out into the kitchen only to see one of the blinds wide open. Ooops! Hopefully they have gotten over the trauma! LOL
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BUT, the most dangerous things on board are the day/night shades. If just the "day" shade is pulled down to block the bright sunlight during the day... you have to remember to pull down the "night" shade when it gets dark.

It's hard to tell once it's dark and the lights are on inside the coach but if only the day shade is down you can put on quite a show to the outside world without even knowing it.

I'd tell you how I know but DW would kill me.

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Wow, I need to check our bottom bunk window. I hope I haven't mooned to many folks.
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BUT, the most dangerous things on board are the day/night shades. If just the "day" shade is pulled down to block the bright sunlight during the day... you have to remember to pull down the "night" shade when it gets dark.

It's hard to tell once it's dark and the lights are on inside the coach but if only the day shade is down you can put on quite a show to the outside world without even knowing it.

I'd tell you how I know but DW would kill me.

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Hey Rick....about those pictures that I have.....
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Hey Rick....about those pictures that I have.....
No kidding... and you're probably not the only one that snapped a few before we figured it out. Sometimes the coach can seem a bit too homey and we forget where we are!

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Geeze. Am I the only one who keeps my clothes on in the moho??
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Brings a whole new meaning to the term "Expose yourself to the rockies" if you are camping in Colorado!
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Geeze. Am I the only one who keeps my clothes on in the moho??

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