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Old 06-10-2012, 09:40 AM   #99
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Originally Posted by Madrona View Post
...We came to a bridge going over the river. I stopped and looked around a little and decided I could drive off the road and down under that bridge and spend the night along that river. Sure enough, it worked out great! We spent two nights down there, about 100 feet from the bridge.
It sounds like you got a nice spot - but people need to be careful about overnighting along UNKNOWN riverbanks. It probably doesn't happen often but who knows what may happen down where you are if they get three or four inches of rain upriver. Flash flooding is not something you want to be sleeping in...
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Old 06-11-2012, 09:17 AM   #100
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Originally Posted by Rick & Hope View Post
For heating and cooling. Not all states will give us a weight break for having a auxiliary power unit(APU) for heat and cooling. So that is 400 lbs less that you can haul. Also APU's cost about $6000 to $9000. A long haul tractor is traded on average every 3 years so return on investment is not great.
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