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Old 07-06-2019, 07:51 PM   #1
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Bugs in the belfry

We seem to have an extra passenger with us. At our last camp we heard an animal early evening. Thought it was in the trees at our campsite. Today we moved and as evening approached we heard this same low croaking noise perhaps in the A/C unit. This only occurs once or twice a day. Any idea where this “thing” is hiding or how he got in? Coachman Prism. 24G.
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Old 07-06-2019, 08:19 PM   #2
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No, but we carried a nest of sparrow eggs (unknowingly) from Arkansas to Indiana 2 years ago inside our kingpin. While 'camped' in the MorRyde parking lot awaiting a 6:00 a.m. installation, four eggs hatched, and four sparrows fell out into the truck bed.
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We seem to have an extra passenger with us. At our last camp we heard an animal early evening. Thought it was in the trees at our campsite. Today we moved and as evening approached we heard this same low croaking noise perhaps in the A/C unit. This only occurs once or twice a day. Any idea where this “thing” is hiding or how he got in? Coachman Prism. 24G.
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