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Old 07-31-2013, 06:19 PM   #15
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I have never thought about it. I figure since it's not 2,000 sq. ft. if the sun hits it, it's going to get hot. I've been in mine when it's 30 degrees out and the sun hits it and it's hot.
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Old 07-31-2013, 06:35 PM   #16
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Most parks we stay, you have no choice unless you want to pull in instead of backing in. Doesn't make much difference to me, that is what ac and heat is for! They also make fans for outside and drop curtains for awnings.

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Don we have a site in La Feria Texas just east of harlingen 8 miles and I have 135 X 40 grassy site with 12 X 80 cement and shed. My rig faces slightly NW and I have a nice 30' tree on the west lot next to me. If it is 50 by 8am it will be almost 70 by noon and its time to ride the motorcycles... We have happy hour in the shade of the rig after 5 and the only problem is it can get a little breezy in the afternoon....
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It all depends on which way Walmart is facing, and if I want to watch people coming and going in the front doors, or watch the back side of the parking lot!
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Prefer north or east as a rule, but wind will play into that if it's a factor regularly. I prefer to keep the passenger/awning side downwind if/when possible.
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It all depends on which way Walmart is facing, and if I want to watch people coming and going in the front doors, or watch the back side of the parking lot!
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Looks like my vector was good. I owe it all to 17/35 Left, Right and Center Reese AFB Lubbock Tx '74 - '76. Use caution. Heavy undergraduate pilot training aircraft making touch and go and low approach landings on runaways 35 Left and 35 right.
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Looks like my vector was good. I owe it all to 17/35 Left, Right and Center Reese AFB Lubbock Tx '74 - '76. Use caution. Heavy undergraduate pilot training aircraft making touch and go and low approach landings on runaways 35 Left and 35 right.
You were Victor? Vector? Roger?
I was Wilco.

I like my rig parked 27 left.
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