Thanks for the responses,fellow eggers. One has to keep a perspective in all these things...the Toad didn't end up in"OZ'
and it missed the twin Trill I am parked beside by a foot.
Interesting footnote: They assigned me a spot right beside a "twin" of my TT. This 1300 is pretty grungy and un-polished and gooped up with sealant eveywhere. (Mine is shining fro a fresh polish of 303!) Both rigs were bought at the local trailer park on the lake that served as a dealership for Trills.The grungy one was built in May 73...mine in June 73
. The only construction difference seems to be Mr. Grungy had four welded on stabilizer/outriggers and mine sits on those awful aluminum pyramids. (Now I do have a set of Honda Civic jacks that I use when travelling, but I didn't want to have THEM frozen in place on Jan.12...Florida lift-off date)
So go figger, it's like when I parked my new tug with only 1000 miles on it this spring and someone gave me my first door ding
. Like my navigator says, "It's only "stuff"!"
Donna...how about five feet away? That's how close we are.
Pete...six inches of crushed limestone in the lot...no anchors goin' in there nohow
Kurt & Anne...still working on the antifreeze angle...think I'll save the Scottish antifreeze that is in the TT for those chilly nights around the campfire
Happy campin' folks...Alistair