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Old 02-09-2012, 03:00 PM   #15
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RollinThundr, Had a beach house before Ike. Rollover pass has hard gravel parking at the pass. Good place to test skills. Was there recently and 5 MH's were there at the pass. Either side of road is okay. No sand but gravel..I have seen some on the beach. Went down there when wet, dont know if they got out after the sun hit the sand for a day. Good fishing too. Sell bait at the pass. Better go soon they are planning to close up the pass, but that is another post.
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Old 02-09-2012, 04:04 PM   #16
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if you are going to run the gen to recharge the batteries, I would just plug in the TT, its' converter will put out more charging amps than the gen will or even a regular battery charger.
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Check out Pismo Beach here in California.
Oceano Dunes Sand Dune Guide

People take their huge rigs there all the time. As long as you have enough truck to pull it, you should be fine. We have friends who go regularly. Remember to air down your tires for the sand.
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if you are going to run the gen to recharge the batteries, I would just plug in the TT, its' converter will put out more charging amps than the gen will or even a regular battery charger.
Yea thats the plan. I'll use the gen plugged into the shore power connection and charged batteries and catch a weather report or whatever needs doing while the gen is running to charge the house batteries.
Thanks for you input, guess I should have explained better.
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Check out Pismo Beach here in California.
Oceano Dunes Sand Dune Guide

People take their huge rigs there all the time. As long as you have enough truck to pull it, you should be fine. We have friends who go regularly. Remember to air down your tires for the sand.
That's pretty awesome! Thanks for the link, sure wish I didn't live so far from there.
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