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Old 02-11-2018
mpierce mpierce is offline
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Originally Posted by Crit Bliss View Post
One rule I live by "the bus shall not leave the pavement"
Lots of rallies, campgrounds, etc don't have pavement. Do you just not go?

Melvin and Charlene Pierce
Scranton, ND
"Smoke N Mirrors" Royale Conversion
1990 PT40WB
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Old 02-11-2018
DaleR DaleR is offline
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Last year I parked my bus in a frozen RV lot. I asked the manager/owner if it get's soft when it melts in the spring and he said "absolutely NOT it has a solid gravel base". WRONG, when it melted and I want to move my bus it was too soft so I called a heavy rotator to gently winch us out. Coachnet paid the full bill of $400.00

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1987 38' PT Wanderlodge 8V92
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