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Old 03-01-2018, 05:44 AM   #4501
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I had to ask. What does she cook? I love Chinese food and the smell. Onions, garlic and those long chili peppers, yum yum.
I guess it is the spices they use and the use of garlic is very heavy sometimes. I know, I am too sensitive I love to eat it, but, don't want to smell it in the house all day lol
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Old 03-01-2018, 05:46 AM   #4502
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Old40ford, what potluck rally are you going to be at? I eat Chinese a couple x's every month. You just made me hungry
We've never been to a rally, but, if we do get to one, come on over we will feed you till you can't walk
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Old 03-01-2018, 06:50 AM   #4503
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I thought this thread was Things you see in a campground.
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Old 03-01-2018, 07:27 AM   #4504
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I thought this thread was Things you see in a campground.


Thats a funny thought! Occasionally threads have a tendency to wander a bit. Lol. All good!!

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Old 03-01-2018, 08:10 AM   #4505
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Thats a funny thought! Occasionally threads have a tendency to wander a bit. Lol. All good!!

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And after 4504 posts, it's been all around the US and Canada except for Hawaii.
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Old 03-01-2018, 08:20 AM   #4506
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We've never been to a rally, but, if we do get to one, come on over we will feed you till you can't walk
That's funny, W/D will "Require Before Dinner Drinks"! , Youroo!!
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Old 03-01-2018, 02:32 PM   #4507
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Well to put the thread back on track. CG in Charleston, SC. Later RJD
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Old 03-01-2018, 02:43 PM   #4508
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I know we complain that power stabilizers aren’t as stable as manual ones, but I’m not likely to go to this extent. All 4 points of the stabilizers were like this.

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I've done something similar with mine, I hate these jacks and the less you extend them, and put blocks under them, the more "stable" the camper is. There were times, I'd put mine half way down and then blocks under them. I will put those pyramid jacks under the bunkhouse though for more stability, 3-4 kids back there at times, gets a little wild. lol

Our Shasta was more stable with the manual scissor jacks compared to these electric jacks.
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Old 03-01-2018, 03:35 PM   #4509
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I thought this thread was Things you see in a campground.

It's just including some of the things "you might smell in a campground". A slight variation on the same theme.
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I've done something similar with mine, I hate these jacks and the less you extend them, and put blocks under them, the more "stable" the camper is. There were times, I'd put mine half way down and then blocks under them. I will put those pyramid jacks under the bunkhouse though for more stability, 3-4 kids back there at times, gets a little wild. lol

Our Shasta was more stable with the manual scissor jacks compared to these electric jacks.
Those old school jacks are still very useful. More stable than a pile of blocks if you need extra height. Take the screw out of the base, stack bases, and they store easier than chunks of railroad tie, etc. A lot less weight too.
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Well to put the thread back on track. CG in Charleston, SC. Later RJD
I believe I read an article somewhere about that MAN being in the US. That’s one moose of an RV,
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It's just including some of the things "you might smell in a campground". A slight variation on the same theme.


....or things you might think of while reading or seeing things at an RV Park or campground.
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I will put those pyramid jacks under the bunkhouse though for more stability, 3-4 kids back there at times, gets a little wild. lol
It's the wild times up front with Momma that she's more concerned about.
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Old 03-01-2018, 03:48 PM   #4514
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I don't know... my pile of blocks is pretty stable.
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I thought this thread was Things you see in a campground.
I often see folks cooking in a campground.
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I often see folks cooking in a campground.
Take their picture! I'm sure they'd love that!
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That explains why Doug is buying a rig with more cargo capacity!
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It's the wild times up front with Momma that she's more concerned about.


Don’t come a knocking .....
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The Weird Sisters, three of the great characters in literature. "Macbeth shall never vanquish'd be until great Birnam wood to high Dunsinane hill shall come against him." Boy, what a setup THAT was!
With that said, is someone planning a rally in Stratford Ontario for next year??? 5 plays in 3 days....

I may have to make a run up myself this year. They are doing Rocky Horror... "It's just a jump to the left...."
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I don't know... my pile of blocks is pretty stable.
I thought you were supposed to use cinder blocks with the holes going up and down? something about the tensil (?) strength of concrete. And I'm pretty sure I spelled Christmas tensil, but you know what I mean.
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