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Old 06-25-2015, 07:04 AM   #1
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A122 SXR Leak Test Trip.

Well we just got back from a fun 5 day trip in W. Md. and it wasn't all sun and fun. We had two storms come through that really put the rig through a massive leak test. The first storm dropped a 1.5'' of rain in 20 min. it was really impressive to see it rain that hard, the site flooded with about 3'' of water, but the camper stayed bone dry. We had a second storm that was almost as bad and again the camper shook it off with no problems.
We did get a nice 10 mile float/fishing trip on the upper Potomac, but the fishing was a little slow due to the change in water color from the recent rains.

The pics were taken before the storms came through.





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Old 06-25-2015, 07:31 AM   #2
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Nice looking camp site with no sign of the deluge to come. It seems to be a wet summer everywhere.

I still have to double take at your camper with no back window. I can understand why FR does not offer them that way, but with a fixed back bed, it's a great way to go.
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