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Old 07-20-2009, 10:36 PM   #1
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Radar says rains a coming so the Explorer got kicked to the curb to allow the burro shelter for the night, until I get my new Fantastic fan and get it installed and probably windows as well I am trying to keep it dry I have had enough wet rotting floor for now.

I was suprised at how small the burro looked in the garage and actually if I would move things around I could have left the Explorer in as well.

Good to know I can store the burro in the garage with the Mustang and the explorer this winter, I have always hated to leave a beast of burden out in the snow.

How many other eggs get parked in the garage?

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Old 07-21-2009, 08:23 AM   #2
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How many other eggs get parked in the garage?

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Not mine. Already have two cars and a ton of junk in the garage... and three other cars parked elsewhere. (I think I'm a lost-at-birth member of the Ford family ). Best thing I ever did for my trailer was to build a carport. Now it just sits there and gets dusty... instead of black/green with wintertime moss and mold. Keeping these fiberglass trailers out of the weather element sure does make maintenance issues easy!
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Old 07-21-2009, 02:50 PM   #3
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Donna when you retire and hit the road to full-time you are going to have to have a heck of a garage sale! Those classics you harbor will pay for your new FGRV!

As mentioned elsewhere, we too keep our trailer(s) (past and present) under shelter, not a garage but a shelter/carport built for the purpose. A very good idea, in my estimation, for keeping everything dry, air circulating, and most the dirt off. It's like taking a boat out of the water - considerably lessens cost of upkeep. You're fortunate to have a garage where the Burro will fit, some garages are not quite tall enough.
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Ended up not raining last night but the stubborn burro dug in it's heels and stayed in the garage all day

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Old 07-21-2009, 09:59 PM   #5
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the bigfoot wont fit in the garage or the barn, but we are in the process of building a new pole barn now so the camper can have some shelter when its not in use
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Old 07-21-2009, 10:20 PM   #6
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the bigfoot wont fit in the garage or the barn, but we are in the process of building a new pole barn now so the camper can have some shelter when its not in use

How's the heat there Phil? I used to live in Ingleside a few years back, my father had the Barbershop in Aransas Pass, I have been through Odem may times!

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its pretty hot here there past few months and not a drop of rain, all the lakes are drying up.

We go to Ingleside park often to ride our motorcycles, whens the last time you have been down here?
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btw we also were into mustangs

these were his and hers, mine was the back one
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its pretty hot here there past few months and not a drop of rain, all the lakes are drying up.

We go to Ingleside park often to ride our motorcycles, whens the last time you have been down here?
I was last down there in May, I visited my Dad for a few days before going to Houston for OTC (offshore technology conference) and it was dry then! Dad has been spending the summer up here escaping the heat.
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btw we also were into mustangs

these were his and hers, mine was the back one

Very nice we just had a Mustang car cruise last Sunday, we had 133 Mustangs of all vintages.
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I was last down there in May, I visited my Dad for a few days before going to Houston for OTC (offshore technology conference) and it was dry then! Dad has been spending the summer up here escaping the heat.
when i retire we plan on doing that as well
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Ended up not raining last night but the stubborn burro dug in it's heels and stayed in the garage all day

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Scott,
How tall is your Burro? I was told my 13 foot 1995 burro will not fit in my garage.
My garage is 7 feet
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I built 2 pole buildings on our property and the Scamp lives in one (along with a lot of other things/junk and the motorhome lives in building #2. Works well for me!
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