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Old 02-05-2013, 11:18 AM   #11
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Here's what happens,when years ago, you tell yourself "we are never going to own a 5th wheel over 30 ft"
Ouch! Did you end up extending the building?

I'm already at a 42' FW so going longer will put me into a carny trailer. I like to believe that won't happen! But, I'm also thinking I'd like the space long enough for the truck and camper (58 1/2' hooked up), so I'll have room to spare.

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You can check out the picture of our barn/RV storage building in my profile album. I had built a 20X40 horse barn when the kids were little . It was of pole construction. I pulled all the pole up on one side and widened it and also changed the roof pitch. These modifications made the space higher and wider . I didn't put a door on it but rather extended the side the Georgetown is parked in by 8'.
Thanks for the pictures.
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Old 02-05-2013, 09:25 PM   #12
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This is where we park our SunnyBrook T/T...
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Old 02-05-2013, 09:44 PM   #13
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This is where we park our SunnyBrook T/T...
Looks good and it's definitely economical. My "second Mom" has gotten after me that the RV could be an indication when we're out of town (ie- being a clue for thieves to break into our house). Shrugs- she's a worrier, but we love her.
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Old 02-05-2013, 09:49 PM   #14
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This is in a gated community in north georgia with security also...we have second lot just behind this one where we park out Crusader 270RET..there are around 200 RV's in our little resort camp. It is named, Talking Rock Creek RV Resort and is located close to Carter's Lake in North Georgia close to Ellijay..we have members that live all over the united states and leave their coach's here year round.. We have never had a break in or theft of any kind the two years we have been here..also did I tell you we have two pools, trout streams and large clubhouse....
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Looks good and it's definitely economical. My "second Mom" has gotten after me that the RV could be an indication when we're out of town (ie- being a clue for thieves to break into our house). Shrugs- she's a worrier, but we love her.
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Old 02-05-2013, 09:54 PM   #15
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You would love it here then..also, Carter's Lake near by is the deepest and cleanest lake you will ever see..There are not home anywhere on or around the lake..such a joy not to see butts, cans, bottles or wrappers floating in the water....think you could almost drink the water right out of it...


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Old 02-08-2013, 06:50 PM   #17
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This is my storage condo. It's 14 by 50 and fits my 5 er and the truck all hooked up. We have 28 units total of which about half heve trailers, cars watch. And the other has small business like landscape etc.

Great stuff, has heat and electric.
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I built this for my Berkshire..... Just back MH into it, plug in and I'm good to go....

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