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Old 09-18-2014, 04:06 PM   #41
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Not while camping, but cleaning out the rig after getting home. January 2, hubby returned to work after a week-long trip to San Diego to visit 2 of our kids. I was emptying rig, cleaning rig, doing laundry. Regular post trip stuff. Anyways, I had just stripped the bed and grabbed towels from the bathroom. Load was really too big for my short arms and narrow doorway so I had to egress by turning a little as each elbow exited. Somewhere in the turning I miscounted steps and took a long stride towards the house, missing the bottom step, twisting my ankle really badly. There I was, sprawled across the driveway, laundry everywhere, and my nightgown was not where it was designed to be. It took a few minutes to get up off the ground and hobble into the house so I could get dressed before hobbling back out to retrieve the laundry and my dignity. Now, if I'm by myself I use a laundry basket and put it down, get out, and then grab the basket.


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Old 09-20-2014, 09:38 PM   #42
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I hurt my wallet a lot concerning camping. But a good hurt.

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Those that know binary, and those that don't.
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Old 09-21-2014, 12:02 AM   #43
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My pride backing in on Friday. Still learning my angles on backing this monster. Spotter let me down and I almost hit a tree. Nice folks walking by saw it and hollered at me. Apparently the whole campground heard about it because I've heard quite a bit about it. This is at the same campground I had one of those single shot back ins with my old tt where I managed to back around golf carts, cars and a small wooden wall and into my spot in one shot with several guys standing around watching. I heard all kinds of praise for that one. Oh well, eventually I'll get as good backing this as I did my tt. I had a rough start with that one too.

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