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Old 07-30-2013, 07:53 AM   #941
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He also mentioned it maybe a good idea to take your vent covers off. May have to shimmy out them, grab the rope ladder and climb down the front of trailer to get out of camper. Reverse to get in. Do not go down the back of trailer or you will have to crawl under campers to get out.
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Old 07-30-2013, 07:56 AM   #942
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Old 07-30-2013, 09:58 AM   #943
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He also mentioned it maybe a good idea to take your vent covers off. May have to shimmy out them, grab the rope ladder and climb down the front of trailer to get out of camper. Reverse to get in. Do not go down the back of trailer or you will have to crawl under campers to get out.
You mean our portable camp fires will be on the roof's of our neighbors RV?
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Does anyone know what the pads for our coaches will be like? (gravel, grass, blacktop etc?)
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You mean our portable camp fires will be on the roof's of our neighbors RV?
Who said they had to be portable?
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Old 07-30-2013, 10:26 AM   #946
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Who said they had to be portable?
Off the ground.

Think u could fab somthing up in 4hrs or less?
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Old 07-30-2013, 10:28 AM   #947
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On my neighbor's roof, ain't that off of the ground?
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Old 07-30-2013, 11:21 AM   #948
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I know at my local fairgrounds camping is tight. You can just get your door open at many sights. Is it going to be that tight in Goshen next week?

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Does anyone know what the pads for our coaches will be like? (gravel, grass, blacktop etc?)
Last year everyone had plenty of room to open their awnings with room to spare.

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If you are in the campground section you will probably have a gravel site and if you're really lucky a picnic table.

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We were in the very back of the campground last year (by the railroad tracks) with a grass site. Our electric and water connections were on the wrong side of the trailer but the sewer connection was on the correct side. We had to share with water connection with our neighbor. I was glad I always carry a "Y" water connector with me.

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If you are in the campground section you will probably have a gravel site and if you're really lucky a picnic table.
Turbs .... You know what to do as soon as you get there, right? I'm feeling lucky!
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