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    • If you know of any place, please direct to to a Disc upgrade not much more money and less trouble than electric. I have not found a set of Discs less than $1000. I found a new Dexter set, Drums, for $160. I would very much like to upgrade to Discs.  Thanks, friz
    • I saw pictures of a TT that the tow vehicle lost control of while passing a loaded semi.  The TT slid across the road in front of the semi on slick, snow covered roads.  The semi hit it broadside.  Everything that is used to build a TT was scattered all over the area.  It looked like the TT just exploded.
    • Good morning, JRP. Yes, there is a wee bit of snow this morning on the Sangres, but it's so beautiful that we can't imagine not being here today...and all the other days like this. Regards, Michael  
    • The method JRP uses is common in Colorado summer homes and cabins.  However if you have hot water baseboard heat it will require a little more detail.  The heat system will need to be dealt with in addition to the water.
    • I don't imagine there are too many RV'ers exploring Colorado in winter. But I-25 is closed in both directions this morning in the Raton Pass area due to winter storm conditions.  You can always get current road conditions & closures at https://cotrip.org/home.htm   I go south for the winter, but I keep track of the weather around my summer home in southern Colorado mountains. This winter has been a very heavy snow season, Wolf Creek Pass is already over 330 inches of snow and it keeps coming by the foot. They've frequently closed hiways 160, 50 & 550 for winter storm conditions or avalanche conditions.  Colorado also has implemented the passenger vehicle chain law several times this year in several different areas. That area desperately needed the moisture after several dry years, so thats good.  I wait til its all melted before I return.
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