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Old 07-06-2016, 09:09 AM   #101
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Retrofun. Wondering how your 7/4 trip to Virginia went. Hope it all went well and not discouraged. It does get better.
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Old 07-18-2016, 07:32 PM   #102
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Retrofun. Wondering how your 7/4 trip to Virginia went. Hope it all went well and not discouraged. It does get better.
It was just as I thought it would be. The boy and the dogs had their own place on one end and it was better than a hotel. Just as I remembered tent camping without the bugs, wet, and mess! getting a hybrid was great purchase. We go to Harpers Ferry next for some tubing, biking, and there is some sort of rope course out there.
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Old 07-18-2016, 07:34 PM   #103
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My bunk ends leaked a little, so I used some silicone caulking on them. I noticed that the rain gutter over the bunk is so tiny that it overflows when the dew runs off the roof in the morning. In one of many modifications to the Roo, I used some 2" flashing to make overhangs the keep the water off the top of the bunk ends. It works even when it rains now. I'm see the same toy rain gutter over the slide, and I'm thinking I need to put something there too.
Do you have a pic or two?
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Old 07-26-2016, 02:29 PM   #104
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That must be something that happens in Ohio. Here in PA at least, used hybrids in decent condition are lucky to sit on a dealer lot for a few days. Its very hard to find one. We are moving towards our 3rd in 6 years and we surely dont, nor do any of the many others I see in our campgrounds, pack up and run when it storms. We like nothing more than rain on canvas at night after the fire burns out. Around here its usually the tin can folks running from the rain. Then I get their firewood.
Yes there is nothing more relaxing then sleeping in a hybrid during a really good rain and or thunderstorm I sleep like a baby. I camp year round in my hybrids! Just bought a 2017 Shamrock 23IKSS. I just sold my 2005 Trail Vision TV19. Some folks just don't get it.
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