My New not so Bushcrafty Shelter

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My New not so Bushcrafty Shelter

Post by fire65 » Sun Jan 06, 2019 11:21 am

We have been planning this for a year or so and finally did it. We have sold most everything we own and putting our second house on the market soon. Bought a 2018 Duramax and a 34' trailer for full time living. I plan to see some of this great country in the time I have left. Will be spending some time down in Texas when we leave. I will add some details later.
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Re: My New not so Bushcrafty Shelter

Post by BigJesse » Sun Jan 06, 2019 11:34 am

Enjoy it! Take lots of pictures!

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Re: My New not so Bushcrafty Shelter

Post by jeffro » Sun Jan 06, 2019 1:38 pm

Be sure to save all your quarters and dollar bills they come in handy at the laundromat. Get you some of the big corkscrew type dog tie outs so that you can stake out the corners of your awning. Be sure to dip one corner of your awning so that rain will run off and stake out the corners so that the wind does not flip it up on your roof that is almost a $1000 piece of bad luck. Have fun RV life is a good way to live.
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Re: My New not so Bushcrafty Shelter

Post by DBX » Mon Jan 07, 2019 4:44 am

Good on ya, man!
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