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    • bobsallyh... Mptjelgin.... Kirk.... Guys, thanks very much for the suggestions and advice.   Again, at this time this is contingency planning... but given the status of the Covid-19 virus it may well become our  Summer plan.   We love our workamper jobs in the Black Hills but their situation is quite 'iffy'... and they are doing the best they can to cope.   I will be writing up a work plan of things to do, based on your suggestions, for my wife and I to keep the Motorhome on our lot in Wellton thru the Summer months.   Also, I am exploring the possibility on installing a "RV Port" Metal cover Structure on our lot big enough for all our needs.   Looks like about $7,000-$10,000 to do so... and given the business shutdowns in place, may take weeks to complete.   Interesting times we live in.    Again, gentlemen, Thank You very much!             
    • I normally go to AZ for the winter. This year I went to FL for a change. FL is having a worse time than AZ with the virus. I left FL last week after two weeks of self quarantine, and am now hunkering down in a small town camp ground in GA. GA is having a very bad year with pollen. A wet, warm winter followed by an early spring and tree pollen is everywhere. My allergies are going crazy, but I am not near any big town nor lots of people. 
    • 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4 $19,995 72,000 miles Amazing condition, no accidents, read to tow behind your RV today! Located in Virginia, but will be in California in late May. We are getting out of the RV lifestyle and don't need this vehicle any longer. Service up to date and ready to drive across the country. $4,000 worth of work done in 2017 to make it ready to flat tow behind your RV including: - Blue Ox baseplate - SMI Air Force One braking system - Wiring for brake lights and turn signals - 3M Paint Protection Film Clear Bra professionally installed to the front of the vehicle for added protection when towing Easy push button operation to switch transfer case into neutral for flat, dinghy towing. Dark grey exterior with black leather interior. GPS navigation, heated seats in front and back, sunroof, bluetooth, heated steering wheel, remote start, backup camera, power liftgate, custom all-weather mats
    • Thanks. It won’t operate on LP at the moment so that is not an issue at the moment. We have a heat wave up to jist about freezing point coming so AC should smarten up by morning. 
    • Here in Southern AZ, we are dealing with winds and the accompanying allergies. What used to be just seasonal sniffles, sneezes and itchy eyes becomes a concern over this virus. We are all hyper vigilant at this time, which is a good thing.
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