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    • Dang, I don't have anything that nice in my shop!  IMNVS 
    • Fabricator said they shipped if from Oregon Friday.   They delivered to the curb today at 11AM!  Wife was a little worried we'd have trouble getting it on the bed of the truck. A little finessing with the smart car winch, some careful unpacking after we got it on the deck and presto - a new Drom Box. Ramps fit perfectly on the sides and are fairly easy to place. Only thing missing was the keys???  Will have to call tomorrow.  Maybe they ship them separately. 😁Nice when a project is finally complete☺️
    • Camped out at a very nice RV resort in Kennewick Washington last weekend . Guess it was built in the last 2 years. It is called Columbia Sun RV Resort . it can handle rigs up 100ft. place is spread out over 25 acres it has the usual hot tub swimming pool weight room game room event center .Very nice place! 
    • This is a bit off topic, but towing commercially generally has a different set of rules than towing recreationally.  Federal regulations set the rules for commercial interstate vehicles and most states adopt some version of the federal regulations into their local vehicle codes.  Oregon and Washington have chosen to not allow recreational doubles in their states.  California allows doubles and does not distinguish between recreational or commercial for said doubles.  California only distinguishes what type of license you have to determine whether you can tow doubles or not.  California requires California residents to have a commercial class A license with a doubles endorsement in order to tow two trailers at once (whether commercial or recreational).  The first trailer must be a 5th wheel, neither trailer can be over 28.5' in length and the overall length of the rig cannot be over 75'.  I say this to let you know that not all states will allow you to tow doubles with your RV set up (in other words, recreationally).  I too have a Commercial Class A license with doubles and other endorsements.  I also tow a "toad" or a trailer behind my 5th wheel at times when I have the need, but because this is recreational it is not legal everywhere.  This is a state by state issue and you need to be up on the laws in each state in which you travel.  While I have not attempted to tow recreational doubles in Oregon or Washington, I have done the legal research and I know actual people who have been stopped at the Oregon border and turned around and sent home with recreational doubles even though they met all the legal requirements for doubles.  This is because they were towing recreationally (a 5th wheel RV with another small trailer behind it) and Oregon does not allow it recreationally.
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