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Old 08-29-2019, 03:35 PM   #11
TurnerFam
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Model: Palazzo 33.3 34'bunkhouse
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it's hard to simply 'cover' the frameless windows because of the way they are built, and mounted... and it's doubtful that anything you could actually 'mount' on them would be that much protection anyway... they are double-pained and therefore aren't necessarily going to 'shatter' anyway. The windows are easy to replace, but the fiberglass walls are not, and without being able to effectively cover or protect them, you're probably wasting effort for just the windows.

There's no 'good' answer for your concern, other than to do the smartest thing anyone could advise: drive the rig north, into central Georgia. At least then, as the storm moves, you'll have time and other directions to drive it to - parking in Central Florida gives you only one.
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