We had a wet time at Bay City State Park over the 4th of July holiday. The rain came down and down and down some more. The entire park was flooded. People in tents had to swim to their cars. When the sun finally did come out and dry up some of the puddles, the kids took advantage of the break in the weather to enjoy some time at the water park across the street. On Independence Day we all gathered for our annual family potluck dinner. Terri and I …

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While I was doing some maintenance on the fresh water pump, I noticed that one of the heat vent pipes had torn away from the furnace plenum. It took me a while to find a replacement. Like most items in a trailer, these are specific to the RV industry. After doing some digging, I found these dryer vent pipes that were the correct size at Home Depot.

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Indigo Bluffs RV Park & Resort seems to be all about the money. Everything about this place screams “profitability”. This campground has a lot of potential, but much work needs to be done first. Let’s start with the positives. • The people here are quite nice. • There is a nice swimming pool. On the other hand, the prices at Indigo Bluffs are quite expensive. Here are my suggestions that would justify the high prices that they charge. • Increase the size of the sites. Some of the sites are …

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After fighting with the original kitchen faucet that came with our trailer we finally decided to upgrade it. The old faucet did not allow good water flow plus the sprayer selection switch would not stay engaged when you selected it. The new replacement faucet not only looked much nicer but the water flow rate was much greater now. The spray head is much easier to use and has rubber tips on it that are easy to clean. We are very happy with this improvement.

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