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Old 10-14-2014, 01:56 PM   #897
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Good for You! I have got to give To anyone who will stand up and be counted! I sincerely hope that You are doing it for honourable reasons. Actually I know that You are!

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Thanks. I hopefully will be able to do a good job.
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Old 10-14-2014, 01:57 PM   #898
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Will be in Northern California by then!
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Old 10-14-2014, 02:00 PM   #899
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Will be in Northern California by then!
Where are you plunking your butt for the winter?
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Old 10-14-2014, 02:02 PM   #900
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Boca de Iguana....beach...near La Manzanilla ,Jalisco,Mexico!
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Winterized yesterday and will be emptying the MH of anything critters like to eat or nest with the next couple days and into storage this Saturday. The upside is I'll have all the money I would have spent on fuel and camp sites to buy more "necessary" items for next season.
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That's true. We will be spending less than if we stayed home and heated the house! Not to mention the Sunshine !!
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Replaced the Sharp microwave connection oven today. Heavy and unwieldy but in the wall.
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Old 10-17-2014, 11:32 AM   #904
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stocking up

been buying things for a while .need to start instaling .them to much to list
see pictures. got lots to do. going to be fun as i cant remember what half
of the stuff is
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Photo of the shiny new microwave connection oven. Works great.
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We pulled to the site last night, the HWH 310 jacks would not go down. The slides worked and the power light was on. My first thought was corrosion on a relay connection. I looked at the fuse holder too, yikes. I'm not sure why the fuse didn't burn before the fuse holder melted.
I couldn't find a 40 amp fuse holder so I used this 40 amp fuse till I find the proper fuse holder.
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I installed two brand new mutant mugs in the doghouse tray.
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I fixed my fuel tank problem by replacing a missing hose on the fuel pump now can pump all the fuel in the tank.
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