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Old 11-16-2010, 11:37 AM   #1
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Different way to spend the evening

Late yesterday we got our first snow that amounted to anything (about3"). Not much I know but it is a start. Well the power went out just as we finished dinner so out come the candles. Not too much we could do. Then I thought about our trailer. It has light, heat and a TV. So I fired up the furnace, turned on the inverter, slipped in an Inspector Lewis DVD and spent a pleasant evening. Power came back on around 11:00 so things are back to normal. It was nice to have the trailer close at hand.
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Old 11-16-2010, 11:56 AM   #2
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Making lemonade!

What a beautiful picture as well! I'm jealous of the snow!
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Old 11-16-2010, 12:09 PM   #3
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Making lemonade!

What a beautiful picture as well! I'm jealous of the snow!
Keep the snow.

We lost power last winter while the missus was making dinner including biscuits. We had a fine dinner just as the lights came back on.

It is great to have a back-up plan.
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It all looks and sounds great, but keep the snow, we had approx 46" last year from three major snow storms that hit us three days apart, and i hear we may see the same thing again this Winter.

The pic of your camper in the snow would make a nice holiday greeting card, just need a few red, green and blue lights
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