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Old 08-03-2015, 06:13 AM   #43
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It turned out great Kahoona ! I hope mine will turn out as nice as yours did.
Thanks for the encouraging words. I'll let you know how it holds up. Forecast looks like 2 rainy days coming up while we hard for Skyline drive from south FL so we should know soon!.
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Alright! It's about 1500 mi later and quite a bit of rain has fallen. Some of it was torrential and fell while we were moving and that is the test. I am pleased to tell you that there is no damage to the paint at all. Here are some pictures og The Tsunami in our spot in the Shellbay Campground in Cape May Courthouse, NJ.


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Nice work. I like the name.

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