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Old 06-01-2015, 06:46 PM   #11
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Where did you purchase the MajicAir vents?
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Old 06-01-2015, 10:01 PM   #12
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Our bedroom windows were left open last night during a horrific pounding rain storm, near the Southern Tier by the way. Our bedroom walls and carpeting were perfectly dry. One window is a flip out and the other is a slide. I guess if you didn't have a wind blown driving rain, you probably are ok. Good luck from a former Finger Lakes/Southern Tier resident. We love the area and return every summer to Seneca Lake among other sites.
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Old 06-01-2015, 11:14 PM   #13
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Our bedroom windows were left open last night during a horrific pounding rain storm, near the Southern Tier by the way. Our bedroom walls and carpeting were perfectly dry. One window is a flip out and the other is a slide. I guess if you didn't have a wind blown driving rain, you probably are ok. Good luck from a former Finger Lakes/Southern Tier resident. We love the area and return every summer to Seneca Lake among other sites.
Don't use duct tape. Terrible to get off and can damage finish, use clear packing tape.




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Call the management of the CG and get them to tape over the windows with duct tape and plastic. I'm sure it won't be the first time they've been asked. Tell you will pay for their trouble. Maybe you can sleep this week.
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Agree on Duct Tape, if the must WD40 works well at removing goo.
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Old 06-02-2015, 07:00 AM   #15
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keeprr-Can you share with us where we might find the MajicAir vent covers? They sound great.

WSY DD693- We love the Finger Lakes area. We drive down there several times a year. Great wine country, isn't it?
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Old 06-02-2015, 07:37 AM   #16
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As beautiful as any area I have ever visited. I am originally from Waverly and spent so many lovely summers in the Hector area with boyhood friends. We now still get together there every summer and a few live their year round. There are several brew houses now on the Lake and one distillery that I know of. One of our friends own a Restaurant & Marina at Watkins Glen. Looking forward to two weeks there in July and again in August before heading south.
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Not living in New York, what makes an area 'upstate'?
Generally "upstate" refers to the north eastern bulge in the state map consisting mostly of the Adirondak Mtns and forest. It can also include the areas near Watertown, etc.
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I scanned this thread but if I'm repeating- sorry....
Next time leave a key with management! You never know when they might
need to get inside to do something like this.
Say one day they notice water running out from the belly of your rig???
I"d think you need to leave them a key at any long term camp site or storage
area.

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"Upstate" is any part of the state that is north of you, no matter how far north you are until you get to Canada, ay. Then when you turn around or live upstate, everythings "downstate" until you get to fagetaboutit!
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