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Old 06-06-2015, 03:52 PM   #701
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Be a cold day in you know where when I throw $80 away to prop up a sewer hose when it can lay on the ground for free. In all my years of camping, have never seen the need to support a sewer hose.
Agreed!!
I don't own a swear hose support myself either. I just dump black then great and pick the hose up if needed to get rid of anything left inside it. Easy..The grey cleanses the hose like a spring shower!! or something like that.
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Old 06-06-2015, 03:54 PM   #702
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Be a cold day in you know where when I throw $80 away to prop up a sewer hose when it can lay on the ground for free. In all my years of camping, have never seen the need to support a sewer hose.
And that's a lot of years folks!!!
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Old 06-06-2015, 05:15 PM   #703
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Agreed!!
I don't own a swear hose support myself either. I just dump black then great and pick the hose up if needed to get rid of anything left inside it. Easy..The grey cleanses the hose like a spring shower!! or something like that.
I do own a sewer hose support, but seldom use it. Don't see the need unless for long-term camping.
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Old 06-06-2015, 05:25 PM   #704
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Here's what my water hook up looked like last year. I considered this part of the overall fun of the rally and it was a great way to meet people.
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Old 06-06-2015, 05:29 PM   #705
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We have a request in for fan repair/replacement to our Dometic 4-door refrigerator. Don't want to sound ignorant, BUT should we avoid stocking it up with a week's-worth of food or will things be okay for that type of 'repair?' And yes, we'll have a separate cooler for our libations, if needed!
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Old 06-06-2015, 05:31 PM   #706
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Here's what my water hook up looked like last year. I considered this part of the overall fun of the rally and it was a great way to meet people.
Dang -- impressive! Quite the art!!
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We have a request in for fan repair/replacement to our Dometic 4-door refrigerator. Don't want to sound ignorant, BUT should we avoid stocking it up with a week's-worth of food or will things be okay for that type of 'repair?' And yes, we'll have a separate cooler for our libations, if needed!
There's probably no way to tell what day you will get service. Last year mine didn't get done until Thursday. Suggest you better plan accordingly but make sure when you check in at the service center that you explain your situation.
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There's probably no way to tell what day you will get service. Last year mine didn't get done until Thursday. Suggest you better plan accordingly but make sure when you check in at the service center that you explain your situation.
Thanks for your reply. Guess we'll take a 50% load in the refer.
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Old 06-06-2015, 06:45 PM   #709
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For the most part you are parked depending on your registration
"First come first served"
Your spot is more or less pre determined before you arrive.
There are "better" spots then others and they go first, again it's in the order you signed up. -ish

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There are certain brands that will park together: The Cardinal, Columbus, & Cedar Creek "Owners Groups"

Of course the R-Pod "Village" (AWESOME they even elect a "Mayor"

Other than that, you are parked "Hobo" style (the folks you are in line with will be your Rally neighbors )

Provisions are made so that if you arrive early, you will not have to move once the rally starts
Unless I'm misreading these two posts there is a difference of opinion on how sites are assigned. Since my registration # is 748 I guess I get the least desirable site ,or, one next to whomever is in line when I arrive. Since it's out of my control I'll quit worrying about it and just go to where they point me.
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Unless I'm misreading these two posts there is a difference of opinion on how sites are assigned. Since my registration # is 748 I guess I get the least desirable site ,or, one next to whomever is in line when I arrive. Since it's out of my control I'll quit worrying about it and just go to where they point me.
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