A big thankyou to you, Pete for fixing the photos. No computer wizard here!
The power cord? We opted for the 50 amp service, and this detached cord came with it. I noticed the same Model in 30 amp and it had the stuff power cord. My old trailer had that, and I didn't like it either. Not so much an ant problem, but we had a mickey mouse plastic around it, that I had to tape up to keep critters out in our seasonal location.
toshiba, where am I? My seasonal spot is at the NorthWest Angle, MN.
For those not familar, this is as far North as you can get, and still be in the continental USA. You have to drive through about 35 miles of Canada to get there. You cross the International border twice. The second crossing is only a sign in the woods, if you can believe that? Check in is by video phone once arriving at the Angle. Its on the Northern End of Lake of Woods, lots and lots of islands, we love it.
Minnesota's Northwest Angle was created by accident, tethered to mapmakers' hazy conceptions of the origins of the Mississippi River. When the river turned up south of where they expected, the border dropped down too, leaving an isolated piece of the U.S. up north. Today, that piece is home to some 100 year-round Minnesota residents, who say the beauty of the place is without equal, and the living has never been easy.