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Old 05-23-2013, 05:46 PM   #393
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Originally Posted by Eddie Foy View Post
It is scary for someone who claims to be an electrician!
I'm not the one who did this. It was the previous owner's work. Having said that, electricians generally don't consider DC to be electricity. Most of us don't mess with it.

On a lighter note; has anyone done some camping yet this season? I'd love to hear your stories. I still have a few things left on my RV to do before I can take her out. I've been jobless for over 3 years now so money has been very tight. In February I went to trucking school and got my class A CDL. OTR was too hard to get into without experience so I took a dump truck job to start. $650 a week, cash under the table. Not too shabby! I figure by June I should have my old girl up & running & ready for her maiden voyage. We just can't decide where to go. Hence the reason why I'm asking for some camping stories (suggestions). We love the mountains. The more mountainous and wooded the area the better. I'd love to find a nice secluded place where it takes us 5-10 miles to get to on a dirt road. I've never done "dry camping" before and would like to try it. It won't be 'that' dry, though. My wife can't live without her curling iron and tv so the generator will be along.

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Old 03-27-2016, 11:49 AM   #394
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So happy your Coach is up and running.

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