Last night we had horrific winds that screamed in to our area just before dusk, no warning, most likely around 50 MPH.
Sneak and I ran out the back (I heard it roaring down the fireplace chimney) to see what the HECK was taking place.
Buffy was doing a bit of wiggling.
It could have been much worse had she not been sitting inside a privacy fenced back yard, which blocked a lot of the wind.
For any of you who store your RVs at home, do you have any sort of earth anchor setup? I was caught between; "I can't
watch" and "I have
Not *one* drop of rain, just wicked tree twisting wind and then it was gone after about 15 minutes.
Mobile homes here are required to have anchors (by insurance) even though the wheels and axles are removed and they are under skirted. IMO an RV is more at risk.
So, anyone here anchoring their RV? If so, what set-up? I'm thinking anchors in cement, with steel straps with a removable attachment to the axles. Or heavy weight (logging chains) hooked to the axle and an anchor in concrete.