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Old 08-29-2019, 01:25 PM   #6
The Gritz Carlton
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: THOR Chateua 35SF
State: Georgia
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Start packing things now like food, essentials and clothing. Fill up water tank, LP and gas/diesel. Depending on your fuel range, take a few extra jugs of fuel with you on a rear carrier or in your toad (if applicable). Be prepared to hit the road inland before the masses (which, IMO is NOW). If your plans are to shelter in place and roll the dice, make sure your insurance is current. There's nothing you can do to protect it from what you don't know will happen. One of the greatest benefits of owning a motorhome and living in the path of hurricanes is the ability to get out of town...First Class! Shelves are emptying right now of the basics like fuel, water, plywood, food stocks, etc. I'd rather be laughed at (by idiots) for preparing and not needing to than the other guy that did nothing.

If you do leave, keep your gas tank as full as possible along the way. This may be your only source of power (generator) for a few days. And, don't brag about how well you are equipped...those that don't prepare get crazy and desperate when reality slaps the s**t out of them..
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