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JamieGeek 04-08-2018 03:46 PM

Cover - first rite of spring
 
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Now that Spring Break vacation is over time for the first rite of spring (or 2nd if you count the vacation LOL): Remove the cover.
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She weathered the winter under the cover quite well, just a little clean up and we'll be ready to go.

(Spring Break vacation was to N. California picking up baseball stadiums #24 (Oakland) and #25 (San Fran). Oh and to test drive a Chevy Bolt for the week.)

Bob Denman 04-08-2018 05:41 PM

Congratulations!! :thumb:

And Now...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsuSpei9cf8

jpmihalk 04-08-2018 06:10 PM

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Congrats!

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gmc 04-14-2018 01:07 PM

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Originally Posted by JamieGeek (Post 114727)
Now that Spring Break vacation is over time for the first rite of spring (or 2nd if you count the vacation LOL): Remove the cover.
Attachment 9618
She weathered the winter under the cover quite well, just a little clean up and we'll be ready to go.

(Spring Break vacation was to N. California picking up baseball stadiums #24 (Oakland) and #25 (San Fran). Oh and to test drive a Chevy Bolt for the week.)

But on the 10th in SE Michigan I had to brush snow off the rental truck to start the drive back to FL... I think they forgot to tell Mother Nature it was spring!

JamieGeek 04-14-2018 02:11 PM

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Originally Posted by gmc (Post 115505)
But on the 10th in SE Michigan I had to brush snow off the rental truck to start the drive back to FL... I think they forgot to tell Mother Nature it was spring!

Oh yeah took the cover off last weekend and this weekend we're getting hit with a huge winter storm (fortunately for us we're on the south side of the storm and should only get rain). Looks like no RV work this weekend (or next for that matter as it looks like it will still be below freezing overnight...sigh).


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