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Old 04-06-2016, 08:36 AM   #1
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Just thought I'd share something that happened to me on the weekend. I was removing my rv cover, I got it partly off so l climbed up the ladder to finish removing the cover when I noticed a hole in the cover in the centre of the roof. Upon further review I found a squirrel nest with small twigs (I assume for food) under the cover? I'm thinking that was their home for the winter?..
Thankfully they ate through the cover and not the roof of my rv .(2013 2604 RockWood) . Needless to I will never put a cover on my rv again.....
I hope this helps anyone considering wether to cover or not to cover.

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Old 04-06-2016, 06:14 PM   #2
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We had our Rockwood covered also. A squirrel got though our cover as well. Chewed the corner of our camper up, allowing water to seep in. Luckly we we're able to take our camper to the factory and they repaired the corner. No cover for us either.
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