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Old 06-01-2020, 04:55 PM   #85667
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Old 06-01-2020, 05:47 PM   #85668
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hoping for the best out come but I think the roof full 3/4" or 1" pipe is the best bet, worried that the sun can not heat 4" of water. IMHO not worried about the pump at all.
I chose the schedule 30 PVC because if itís thinner walls in hopes that it would be easier to I chose the schedule 30 PVC because if itís thinner walls in hopes that it would be easier to heat.
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You forgot the 'g' Lilly is definitely a desert dog.
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Old 06-01-2020, 06:05 PM   #85670
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Good to be back in RVM land...I've been on the outside looking in for the past 3 years. I have my new coach on order and will be on the move to the friendly RV trails soon...
Welcome back! Hey, if you have a number, you're a mutant w/ or w/o an RV! No need to be outside looking in!
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Just found out the IRV2 does not allow video in the format my camera takes.

So these are two stills I did today at Shoshone Falls just outside of Twin falls.
Just beautiful! Thanks!
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Old 06-01-2020, 06:11 PM   #85672
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Hello all. We left Magna Utah Last Saturday and have been staying at Scofield state park Utah. Fishing. Fires. Smores. Naps lots naps. It was going great until we went into town to do laundry and stop at Wal-Mart. We left the rig running(two sets of keys) so the pups could have AC on. Well.....when we came out there was red liquid spewing out of the underside of our rig Kovu. Transmission leak. So now we are camped at the transmission place bc they can't fix it till Monday LMBO. Not the view we were hoping for and we lost out on 3 days of camping fees. Such is RV life right lol

Barb sorry to hear about Sena. We sure we're looking forward to meeting her at Shipsawana. Our condolences

Sorry to hear about the chopper too.

Hope you get your water leaks fixed. We haven't used the water pump all weak in fear of springing another leak. First the new toilet started leaking. So we just capped it off. Then the connection under the bathroom sink leaked. Just needed tightened. Then I hear this strange noise like sprinkling foil coming out of the bedroom wall. Rip the wall off to find 6 pinholes of water spraying into the side of the tub lol. Hopefully the flextape works. As seen on TV. Have to wait 24 hours to try it lol. What a start to our journey to Florida. Made it 2 hours away from the house and did it big.
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OMG! Great start! Sheesh!

Best of luck.
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I chose the schedule 30 PVC because if itís thinner walls in hopes that it would be easier to I chose the schedule 30 PVC because if itís thinner walls in hopes that it would be easier to heat.
keep us updated on how well it works.
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I chose the schedule 30 PVC because if itís thinner walls in hopes that it would be easier to I chose the schedule 30 PVC because if itís thinner walls in hopes that it would be easier to heat.
Google some DYI solar hot water systems. I found some interesting stuff doing that and you might get some ideas that will help you solve this. I think your challenges are more about storing the hot water than acquiring it initially.
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Mmm-mmm! Fresh 'maters sliced, 'maters in a sammich (wt Bacon!), 'maters hot off the vine .... !

The catbirds & orioles ate the ones I planted in AL that were finally ripening. That takes sharing to a different level.

On the upside, the orioles will come w/in 6' of us to get to their apple jelly. The wrens have taken a shine to the mealworms I put out for the orioles & get them first. Cheeky buggers!
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I like some Oreos too, along with chocolate chips and peanut clusters.
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Have you tried the new giant Oreo? You need a cereal bowl for dunking. Going to try one soon.
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