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Old 04-13-2014, 02:50 PM   #81
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We didn't take a ride either because of the rain. I hope they got as much as we did. That sure would get rid of the snow. We really want a shed but don't think we will this year. We will get one of the plastic ones. Probably 8x8 size. They have a lawnmower we can use so don't need that but it is nice to keep stuff out of the elements. By time you put the base down and then the shed it's almost $1000 depending on size of shed so I will save up for next season. I have way too much I bought for the site already this year.
I guess they didn't get as much rain there as we did in Two Rivers. We got over 2 inches in Manitowoc County. Our CG owner said some of the roads are drying out and some still have snow. We decided not to go anyway. We have so much to bring up though! I've been buying stuff like crazy and need to stop!! We actually bought a shed but it is not plastic. It is not metal either...more like a tarp material. I will post a pic to it. It was $139 on sale. The plastic sheds are so expensive.
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Old 04-13-2014, 02:52 PM   #82
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Well apparently I don't know how to post a link! The shed is called ShelterLogic Shed-in-a-Box 10' x 10' x 8' Grey Peak Style Shelter and we bought it at Menards. It will be good to store our 4 wheeler.
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Old 04-13-2014, 03:24 PM   #83
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I think we tried that with our Jensen with no luck. It gets the the DVD loading screen and then says error. It doesn't read the DVD.
It is not a blue ray DVD is it? If so it will not play in your Jenson.
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No, it is just a regular DVD. I tried several. I just think it is shot. If it is does anyone know if I can hook up an external Blu Ray player and have it go through the camper speakers?
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We had several thunderstorms roll thru yesterday, lots of rain, lightening and thunder. It forced us to stay inside the camper to clean and put stuff away. Fireplace kept us nice and toasty all day. Got a couple breaks to take the dog for walks. Too wet to blow leaves so that's on the '2du' list for next weekend. Sure felt good sleeping in the camper last night.
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Where do you camp again Wiscampsin? Sounds like a great day to me...even with being stuck indoors. I would have plenty to do on the inside. We probably won't get to go now till the last weekend in April
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Where do you camp again Wiscampsin? Sounds like a great day to me...even with being stuck indoors. I would have plenty to do on the inside. We probably won't get to go now till the last weekend in April
Kilby Lake Campground, just west of Montello in Marquette County. Yeah, it's nice to get all the inside stuff done. Only things we still have to do is hang the bird houses/feeders, blow the leaves, and hook up the water. Water is supposed to be turned on Tuesday, weather permitting. Looking at the forecasted temps I think it might be more like Wednesday.
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No, it is just a regular DVD. I tried several. I just think it is shot. If it is does anyone know if I can hook up an external Blu Ray player and have it go through the camper speakers?
You should be able wire the blue ray just like the old DVD player. Check with the store where you buy it but there should be audio out jacks on the blue ray just like your DVD player.

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FYI, jensen has on line manuals, google Jensen and the model of your TV( such las LE3214) and owners manual ("Jensen LE3214 owner's manual") . It shows connections to all sorts of inputs.
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Yes, you can hook up anything you want to the TV. Get the jacks on on the backside right and simply plug in your bluray to the terminals. The TV manual will show the right locations, has lots of diagrams for every configuration.
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