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Old 07-07-2013, 04:34 AM   #11
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Location: Lake City Florida
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We only have one spare bed in the house and the fifteen year old granddaughter sleeps there with her long haired Jack Russell that we now keep for her. The two grandsons, 5 and 9 and the 2 and 1/2 year old granddaughter sleep in the RV with our daughter and her husband, a Air Force AC130 Gunship pilot. I'm working on getting them "into" RV'ing.
I have an nicely wooded extra acre out back that would make a good visitors RV campground for our daughter's family, our son's family, and friends in the future just a few miles from where interstate 10 and 75 cross.
I told my daughter, son-in-law, and the boys that their's a no boys alone in the RV policy in effect now. I'll also remove the sinks drain stopper in the future, just like I remove the knobs from the gas stove when kids are around.
I don't think the water caused any permanent damage to the flooring, luckily the wall floor gap is so wide in these Forrest River Toyhaulers and isn't caulked or sealed like you'd think they'd be and the water just flowed right out. Cheaply made is good sometimes.

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