Originally Posted by Sirmowsalot
hello everyone, just received my Christmas present and my winter project a set of Boogy underglow lites for my 2008 45 ft T/S just was wondering what other T/S owners are doing for their winter project. I know with some of you that are full time it's not as easy as having a 60 x 100 ft heated barn to park Besty out of the cold. would be nice to hear everyone plans with this social distancing world we live in today . PS I live in Arkansas half way between Fort Smith & Little Rock on I-40 exit 94on the farm I have two RV sites With 50amps water & sewer if anyone traveling thru needs a safe free place to stay Call Pete 479 264-2803
I'll be draining the radiator and installing new anti freeze today - outside in the COLD and the WIND. -
Looks as if I'll put you in the Phone if we get out again this winter. -
Those two spots inside with You . -
Looking at the Map - https://www.bing.com/maps?osid=097a7...=2&form=S00027
- this you - looks like a pretty large lawn.
I had quite a year - 12,000 + miles - New Alternator - New Coach Batteries - Turbo almost fell off - Kitchen Slide got hung up - Wires to the Brake Lights fell apart - OH then the Transmission Blew, just up the Road in Joplin.
BUT - was the best Summer Yet! - Because of Covid we were able to Meet up with the Two Son's and DW's with 5 of the 6 Granddaughters and tour the Rockies for a Month
So while the old TS had a few issues - it preformed well as the Covid Isolation Vehicle for the Crew.
Again Jealous of your warm Beautiful Shop,
couple of images; TS - Dinner when it is raining and 44 degrees - GD's -
Yes with those Girls it was Really FUN
and yes there were 14 for Dinner as we grabbed 3 from a West Coast family for a week .