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MORSNOW

Mountain Home, ID

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Posted: 09/21/21 08:21am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Loaded her up and heading out for our first trip of the fall season. Exploring central Idaho and western Montana. No reservations, just take what the days offer and stop when we want to stop.


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deltabravo

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MORSNOW wrote:

Loaded her up and heading out for our first trip of the fall season. Exploring central Idaho and western Montana. No reservations, just take what the days offer and stop when we want to stop.


Fall camping is the best. Weather is cooler, crowds are mostly gone because kids being back in school keeps families home for the most part.

I'm headed out this weekend.


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2018 Arctic Fox 992 with an Onan 2500i "quiet" model generator

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Posted: 09/22/21 07:56am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Still working on the resto-mod. Got mt aluminum spool gun, last week, and it is already paying for itself. Rebuking the skirt frames, and adding frame support under the shower area, that p.o. cut out to fit the narrow RAM bed. Finishing up c/s skirt this morning, as well as gluing down moisture barrier and siding, in prep for last windows, port,and access door installs.

Also, since I have an older camper, with many older, not replacable/upgradable things, I had to rebuild the range hood vent, and its delicate fabric hinge. It was a proprietary size and I didn't want to cut a bigger hole,or buy a bigger,plastic vent port.

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deltabravo

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Posted: 09/22/21 05:55pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Finished up some winter camping mods.

monkey44

Cape Cod, MA and Central Fla

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Posted: 09/22/21 07:33pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thought about it ... as every other day when it's in storage - until next week.


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deltabravo

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I built a stabilizer post for my Fox Landing.

Here's how I did the project

woodworker414

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Posted: 10/05/21 05:32am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The STABLE CAMPER arrived the other day.
It will be installed shortly.
Easy install.
Easy to use.
Will help take a lot of the movement out when the tc is off the truck.
When we are going to stay at a site for awhile we usually take the tc off the truck.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoAWto_NkOg


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2013 Heartland Landmark Mesa, 40', fifth wheel, we keep at our snowbird home in central FL, Bushnell, FL.
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StirCrazy

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Posted: 10/05/21 09:25am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hmm, not today but a couple days ago I replaced all the seals in the water lines, and made a custom suction line with a two way valve so I can use my pump to winterize now. Still have to put a bypass kit on the hot water heater but I'll do that when I have to winterize as I have to take the lines off then anyways.

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JoeChiOhki

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Finished gluing in the last pieces for the core frame of the new bathroom door to the maple plywood skin on the outside and will be tracing and cutting the thinner wood paneling that will go on the inside (It will be getting a sheet of FRP glued over that, ergo why thinner wood is being used first).


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