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Old 04-10-2015, 12:25 PM   #81
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Alergo bus dose the extension thing to a lot of there ladders
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Old 04-10-2015, 01:27 PM   #82
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Rig pulled in next to us yesterday. Trying to figure out the ladder - don't know about that first step, but I'm sure the last one requires a parachute.....
Seen one like that before. There is an extention that hooks onto the lower rung so that it hangs down to the ground.
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Old 04-10-2015, 02:33 PM   #83
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We've seen some pretty interesting things...will have to remember to try to sneak some pictures!

I think my biggest pet peeve are the folks who sneak into the park after the rangers are gone and camp without paying and then sneak out early in the morning. (Like they're fooling anybody.)
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Old 04-10-2015, 09:25 PM   #85
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Some have an extension piece that gets stored in the basement

ding, ding, ding!!!
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Old 04-10-2015, 11:02 PM   #86
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This is currently parked right next door to us.
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Old 04-10-2015, 11:08 PM   #87
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The ladder on the Class A pusher is shortened to allow access to the engine without having to mess with the ladder. You probably need to check the engine more often than you need to get on the roof.
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Old 04-11-2015, 02:42 AM   #89
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Something interesting that I saw on my drive to work this morning made me look twice. It was a pickup truck with a 5th wheel, but on top of the cab of the pickup was a platform with a Smart Car.

I wish I could have snapped a picture of it!
I saw that exact setup at a local campground we camped at over easter. I marveled and waved at him as he was pulling out. Really wish I had my cellphone in my pocket at that moment! I've been scouring google images trying to find a pic of it, to no avail. Wonder if it was the same rig we saw?
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I saw that exact setup at a local campground we camped at over easter. I marveled and waved at him as he was pulling out. Really wish I had my cellphone in my pocket at that moment! I've been scouring google images trying to find a pic of it, to no avail. Wonder if it was the same rig we saw?

I really wish one of you two took a picture- that's exactly how I want to carry a golf cart!
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Nope, just a bunch of zombies flipping trailers over.

Fixed it.
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Old 04-15-2015, 08:26 PM   #92
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I saw this in a campground last year. It's a bicycle/elliptical machine. I had never seen one of these before so I googled the brand name Ellipitgo, not cheap.

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I really wish one of you two took a picture- that's exactly how I want to carry a golf cart!
You've pretty well eliminated all ways of supporting anything on top of the cab with the "No uprights in front of the windshield" restriction.
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I saw this in a campground last year. It's a bicycle/elliptical machine. I had never seen one of these before so I googled the brand name Ellipitgo, not cheap.

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My sister owns a couple of these things, I tried one out when we went camping together and it's definitely a work out
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Make a trip to The Villiages in FL for a real show of modified carts.

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My sister owns a couple of these things, I tried one out when we went camping together and it's definitely a work out
It looks like it would be a good workout but I don't think I'd try pumping one of these things uphill.
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It looks like it would be a good workout but I don't think I'd try pumping one of these things uphill.
LOL!!! That's exactly what we did, or rather, tried to do! I ended up walking it up most of the way Then again, I might of done the same thing with a bike
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I think I've just about run out of pics to add to this thread.

When youíre camping on the Gulf Coast itís important to have a weather warning system. This fellow hung up his Hurricane Detector. At the bottom the sign it says, when the last bottle breaks run like hell.

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It looks like it would be a good workout but I don't think I'd try pumping one of these things uphill.
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