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Old 01-02-2012, 12:38 PM   #11
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Old 01-02-2012, 10:55 PM   #12
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And you don't have to use seatbelts unless you have them.
Oops! I meant that as an analogy for the ratchet straps. So I edited the post to make it clearer.
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Don't forget to pin the doors shut somehow.
Oh, I won't! Even though the Winnie has a standard RV latch, a couple of times a falling tub of margarine etc. will tell me I forgot to secure the damn thing. Moreover, though my GF and I do not have our own skunks, we'd like to in the future. Meanwhile, friends would be welcome to bring theirs aboard during parties etc. And those little stinkers will figure out how to open an unlatched fridge!

Edit: Aw, crap! The YouTube user deleted the video of skunks raiding the reefer to eat the salad therein. Will put in a new link when I find a good replacement.
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Old 01-03-2012, 11:11 AM   #13
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Re: Refrigerator mounting and venting

My mom had a pot of chili come out of the fridge in our RV when I was younger...never forgot that, or the mess, so the fridge has always been the last thing I check before the bus goes down the road.
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thats what the dog is for...
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thats what the dog is for...
Then set him out for a few hrs...
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