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Old 03-26-2008, 09:37 AM   #1
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I've been parked all winter in FL. Getting ready to leave in 2 weeks. Wanted to check the tops of my slide outs to see if there was any pollen accumulation. Put my digital camera on a tripod, set the timer for 10 seconds, held the tripod up so the camera was aimed at the top of the slide out and took a couple photos of the top of the slides.

Below is a photo of a surprise I found attached to one of the slide out awnings.

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I've been parked all winter in FL. Getting ready to leave in 2 weeks. Wanted to check the tops of my slide outs to see if there was any pollen accumulation. Put my digital camera on a tripod, set the timer for 10 seconds, held the tripod up so the camera was aimed at the top of the slide out and took a couple photos of the top of the slides.

Below is a photo of a surprise I found attached to one of the slide out awnings.

-Tom
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