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Good luck with the New Motorhome

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Good luck with the New Motorhome

Postby hi_tech_guy_18 » Sun May 26, 2013 3:25 am

I read the blog and will look forward to seeing it
At lest you can move it around once you fix the engine so to make life warmer / or cooler due you can put it in shade for summer and more in the open for winter to capture more Sun
I call $150 A Real Steal deal especially now your going from Cold Draft to Warm Luxury (even with the $300 tow)

"built in 7,000 watt generator, 2 air conditioners, 2 propane heaters, propane hot water, 3 way fridge, a full length awning"

i may be a nice idea to talk to your boss and see if he can squeeze you in for a couple of extra hours
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Good luck with the New Motorhome

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Re: Good luck with the New Motorhome

Postby DL920 » Sun May 26, 2013 10:42 am

Life needs to have the some comforts!!!!! Hope this work out alright for you, and a new engine to play with. :D Sure hope that crazy weather up north settles down some, but with a motorhome the elements wont be such the enemy. As I said on my You Tube post I would keep the old camper as a work/storage unit. Your homestead is looking so good! very very good!
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