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Old 03-24-2015, 09:09 PM   #61
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The Oregon countryside is remarkably beautiful.
Robert, that's 'cause all th' moisture, aka rain
Has any web started to grow between your toes?
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Old 03-24-2015, 09:38 PM   #62
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I would say the trailer is being thoroughly tested for leaks. But darn that fridge. I just might look into a Yeti cooler yet. You guys have a good safe trip and I'm following your progress on my trusty Rand McNally. Loren
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Nice campsite at Pacific City but DANG it was hard to back in! Wifey is cold as we walk on the beach.
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Silver Falls State Park -- WET!
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Old 03-24-2015, 10:29 PM   #65
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Beautiful Forests!

Coco is waiting for "mamash" to get back from the shower house....
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Congratulations to you both! She looks super! The interior is certainly bright and cheerful. Thank you for sharing all of this with us. I think however, if you wanted to avoid more rain, you should have come to California (and perhaps brought a bit with you.)
Glad you're having a good time. Safe travels.
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Beautiful pictures! Trailer looks awesome!
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But darn that fridge.

You can say that again Loren. Personally I used a much stronger word. That beeping is really irritating. The thought of having to use an ice chest all the way back to Texas just so we can sleep is quite disappointing. So far the Dometic hotline is a joke. The service centers they refer me to are all booked up. I'm not going to ruin our vacation by staying at a service center for a week.
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I'd just turn the darned refer off and forget about it for the rest of the journey. Use a cooler like the old days and get the refer fixed when you get home. Otherwise, you might spend your whole time looking for an answer and getting frustrated. This really should have happened to someone (like me) who is close to the manufacturing site or who wasn't going on an extended vacation with the new trailer. Sometimes things just aren't fair.
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Just by seeing the formations behind Yolanda I knew you were on the Oregon coast, the most beautiful coastline on the West Coast.
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