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Old 04-21-2014, 04:09 AM   #331
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We have one similar - it uses 13 per row and we got a steel insert also that has a setup for a grate - all from Menards
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Old 04-21-2014, 11:44 PM   #332
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ID:	50680Finally....day 1 the swap, I finally dried out enough to make the switch. Spent a couple hrs tonight emptying out my Passport into the new Coachman. Soo excited!
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Old 04-22-2014, 01:52 AM   #333
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Nice New Destination Camper MiJ. Share some pics of your setup and inside. Looks gorgeous.
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Old 04-22-2014, 07:34 AM   #334
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Lookin' good Mij!
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Old 04-23-2014, 09:21 AM   #335
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Oh I love the windows Mij!!!
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Old 04-23-2014, 12:45 PM   #336
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Well it looks like we will be waiting yet another week. Last update yesterday and the roads were completely wet and muddy. Still some piles of snow melting onto the roads so it likely won't clear up by Saturday with temps only in the high 40's. Guess we start planning for the first weekend in May. Oh well, can't change it.
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Old 04-27-2014, 02:55 PM   #337
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Ok, so we get a call Saturday morning that the roads are fine and we can bring our camper up. Wasn't expecting it but we were pretty excited. What a disaster. The roads were in fact dry and drivable but not our site. We are also on a bit of a hill. Not a huge hill but one non the less. Ended up getting up into the site but no where near where it needs to end up. Sank down over 6 inches on the way up. This was backing in too. So we got it as far as we could and left it. I attempted to rake the ruts out best I could but the owner will come in with his bobcat and smooth it back out. Probably will have to sit there for three weeks until it totally dries up. I can then hook back up to it and straighten it up and finish backing in. At least we got to spend the night up there. We were the only ones there I think. So now we are cleaning all of he mud from everything and getting a game plan to finish everything. The season officially started.
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Like you said, at least you got to camp in it and your season officially started.
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Ok, so we get a call Saturday morning that the roads are fine and we can bring our camper up. Wasn't expecting it but we were pretty excited. What a disaster. The roads were in fact dry and drivable but not our site. We are also on a bit of a hill. Not a huge hill but one non the less. Ended up getting up into the site but no where near where it needs to end up. Sank down over 6 inches on the way up. This was backing in too. So we got it as far as we could and left it. I attempted to rake the ruts out best I could but the owner will come in with his bobcat and smooth it back out. Probably will have to sit there for three weeks until it totally dries up. I can then hook back up to it and straighten it up and finish backing in. At least we got to spend the night up there. We were the only ones there I think. So now we are cleaning all of he mud from everything and getting a game plan to finish everything. The season officially started.
Awww man that really stinks! The roads at Maple Heights were not the best but not horrible. Some spots were really, really muddy with some snow. Some roads were still closed and they closed our road after we got there because the skidster got stuck. We had to walk some of our stuff in. I noticed on the way up that most of the lakes were still ice covered and someone told us the Townsend flowage was still solid ice. I was happy to get a night in though...I got everything unpacked in the camper!!
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Camping has begun

We will be going up to our seasonal in Door County tomorrow, May 1. We have a lot of work to do this spring. First step will be to swap out our old camper for the new one we just bought. That happens tomorrow. Back to work Friday and then up to the camper again for the weekend. This is our first full year as seasonals, very excited to get started. We have been up the campground 4 or 5 times this spring just to check things out. I am so ready for summer.
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