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Old 12-29-2018, 11:15 AM   #41
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When I first read the OP's question, I said to myself "Here comes Byron...".
My apologies, Byron, but to some of us, our trailers ARE our homes.

I have a 19" TV/DVD on an articulated arm with a quick release feature and while I'm traveling, I stow it in a padded drawer I made.

Sometimes, the SW desert can be overwhelming... I mean sensory overload. But I'm not here for the weekend, I'm here to live.

OK...I'm getting off this laptop, making another cup of joe, and heading outside to get overloaded.

Best of the Holidays to everyone!

Gordon (not in Idaho)
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