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Old 12-24-2011, 12:19 PM   #1
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Roof damage at Christmas

I was just wondering if anyone else has any concerns about Santa's reindeer doing damage to the rubber roof on their RV ?
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Old 12-24-2011, 12:33 PM   #2
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Nope, mine's fiberglass, however I am worried about getting sued when those hooves slip and Santa hurts is back in the 12' fall to frozen ground.
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I don't have a chimny, so he has to come knock on the door. No reason for a roof landing.

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Old 12-24-2011, 12:43 PM   #4
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He fits his little reindeer feet with nonskid booties ...kind of like deck shoes for a boat.

Ha Merry Christmas.

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Nope, mine's fiberglass, however I am worried about getting sued when those hooves slip and Santa hurts is back in the 12' fall to frozen ground.
Brite Tek roofs won't cause the slippage from errant hooves like fiberglass.

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I don't have a chimny, so he has to come knock on the door. No reason for a roof landing.

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Santa's Reindeer and I might add his sleigh have special hoof "Booties" which you can not see but they protect the roof (And special Runners on the Sleigh) so no damage occures.

It is part of his magic package don't you know.
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I placed orange cones around the edges of the roof with detour arrows directing Santa to the paved area adjacent to the coach.
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Fire up the BBQ - takes all of them little reindeer to get one meal.
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