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Old 03-25-2015, 01:54 PM   #34147
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Thanks Di! I filed those sheets away without opening them.
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Old 03-25-2015, 02:09 PM   #34148
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The Prevost keep rolling in.
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Old 03-25-2015, 02:23 PM   #34149
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Is the services pedestal in such a position it could be used by the other site if everyone rolled in to position in the other direction? First site on the left is a problem but second site could hook to first site's services, third to second etc etc.

When you get there and everyone is utterly confused about who hooks where send pictures. The rest of us will need the laughs.
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Is the services pedestal in such a position it could be used by the other site if everyone rolled in to position in the other direction? First site on the left is a problem but second site could hook to first site's services, third to second etc etc.

When you get there and everyone is utterly confused about who hooks where send pictures. The rest of us will need the laughs.
The Marathon just rolled in. He doesn't seem concerned about which way he faces...
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The Marathon just rolled in. He doesn't seem concerned about which way he faces...

Texas plates?




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Old 03-25-2015, 03:15 PM   #34152
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It's a rally of the Texas group - Bus Nuts. They keep rolling in. MCI - Prevost - Newell - etc. Talked to one - he did his own conversion. Wonder if any are actually mutants at heart. I bet so!
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Old 03-25-2015, 03:17 PM   #34153
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Boy were thos folks mad!

Wayne I stopped by site 7 to see how level it is. Having forgot a level I had to use a country boys method, that is placing fluid in center of flat surface will tell you if its leaning. So i peed a little on it. Boy were those folks mad. I told them I had to check it for level for a friend and ha it's 84* , it will dry quickly. Good news is it's pretty level. If you have a couple 2" boards you should be able to get it right, most LIKLY won't need them! A 3/4 or 1" board might be good!




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Don't most of us cover the windshield for privacy? So, does it really matter which way we face? Personally I prefer to step out onto the patio instead of grass. Besides, won't we be hanging out at the pavilion? I see evening marshmallow roasting and tall tales told over the fire pit with an adult beverage in many hands.
Only on a hot day and then it is a screen that we can see out of buy 'you' cannot see in. When it is time to watch TV or go to bed the curtain gets pulled. We are with you on stepping out onto the patio, and we'll join you and Sena for those adult beverages. You are providing them, right?
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Boy were thos folks mad!

Wayne I stopped by site 7 to see how level it is. Having forgot a level I had to use a country boys method, that is placing fluid in center of flat surface will tell you if its leaning. So i peed a little on it. Boy were those folks mad. I told them I had to check it for level for a friend and ha it's 84* , it will dry quickly. Good news is it's pretty level. If you have a couple 2" boards you should be able to get it right, most LIKLY won't need them! A 3/4 or 1" board might be good!

(Ok I see auto spell corrected my spelling of poured!)
I knew you would find a redneck way of determination. No worry there. I also carry enough 2" boards for all wheels. Hmm! Let's see! If I put one under each wheel would it be level, or like before. I'll have to ask an Arkieneck!

Oh, and thanks.

p.s., with a lot of hope, the leveling jacks on Citrus will be working. So far they are not but it is in the Hospital again for that same problem.
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Here's the scoop on the parking direction.

Wayne site 7 and 8 is set up to face the direction of the pavilion. Sites 9 and above on that roll are set up to pull in from the pavillion side haveing your windshield facing away from pavillion.

Now, these sites are at a pretty good angle from the road along side the pavillion. The pedestal and sewer are nearest to the pavillion road, so if you reversed your parking it will have your pedestal near your front door.

CL said they don't care how you park but I would suggest you look it over good before you pull in and start setting up. Some sites are better than others for this reverse.
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Here's the scoop on the parking direction.

Wayne site 7 and 8 is set up to face the direction of the pavilion. Sites 9 and above on that roll are set up to pull in from the pavillion side haveing your windshield facing away from pavillion.

Now, these sites are at a pretty good angle from the road along side the pavillion. The pedestal and sewer are nearest to the pavillion road, so if you reversed your parking it will have your pedestal near your front door.

CL said they don't care how you park but I would suggest you look it over good before you pull in and start setting up. Some sites are better than others for this reverse.

Thank you sweet Tim...

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Steve, betcha they are fun to watch....

Barb.... Lots of info in them thar sheets, and they are pdf...





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One last note on the CL visit, it was 84* when we were there, nice and sunny, and it's spring break here. Last week many of the Texas Schools were on break. Today the pool was packed, the lady at the desk said its been like that for two weeks. I couldn't help but think the water had to be cold or cool at best.

The Pool Is Heated!! Bring your mankinies!!
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Ok this is the last note!

For all you yakers, the lake behind our last years sites was full of yaks and canoes! Spring break was in full swing and it was a great day for it!
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Ok this is the last note!

For all you yakers, the lake behind our last years sites was full of yaks and canoes! Spring break was in full swing and it was a great day for it!
Sooooo looking forwards to that!!!
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