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Old 12-11-2014, 08:59 PM   #11
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My Mom has a fireplace in her 5th wheel. The fire isn't real but it looks real -- and the fireplace has louvered vents that put out hot air.
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Old 12-11-2014, 09:06 PM   #12
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Brian, I like it! You know I like pretty radical modifications and now that my refer doesn't draw propane I have a lot of extra...hmmmm...I'm thinking on a wall-mounted stand in the corner over the foot of the bed...bedroom fireplace...NICE!!!
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Old 12-12-2014, 08:27 PM   #13
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And we're next, in Southern CA. Right now the first streamers are about an hour away off-shore. About midnight we're to get hammered. We need the rain, but not all at once. Too many brush fire burn areas that have nothing to hold the dirt, so the mud's going to be coming down.
Hi Don and Teresa hope you came out of this one OK . Heard about the homes in Camarillo this morning . Went to Conejo Mountain cementry this morning for a grandaughter and the lemon and tomato fields were flooded real bad and mud every where which came down from mountains . Don't think fruit will survive . Too much water . We need the rain bad but I feel for those affected . Keep dry . Pat
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Hi Don and Teresa hope you came out of this one OK . Heard about the homes in Camarillo this morning . Went to Conejo Mountain cementry this morning for a grandaughter and the lemon and tomato fields were flooded real bad and mud every where which came down from mountains . Don't think fruit will survive . Too much water . We need the rain bad but I feel for those affected . Keep dry . Pat
Pat, Thanks for asking.
We did fine. Yesterday, friends moved into a home in Camarillo Springs. Turns out they were a street away from the 5 homes that got inundated with mud.
Tomatoes will grow through anything. The citrus should be OK; we didn't get close to freezing. The row crops and strawberries probably took a hit, though.
You probably got twice the rain we got, being an inland valley. It would have been interesting seeing the Simi Arroyo filled to the brim this morning!!! Take care. More rain is coming.
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