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  • Cinn
    Cinn Boondockers:
    November 19, 2019As boondockers, we can easily choose & change the orientation of our rigs, like when high winds are forecast. How many people point their rigs nose into the wind when it's forecast to be blustery?
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      bob and Eve Hay November 19, 2019 Bring the slides in heavy Rains and winds
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      RvLouie November 19, 2019 I do , Do not care so much for the swaying back and forth
    • Cinn
      Beans and I on the Loose November 19, 2019 I don't ever care which way the wind blows.  It'll change it's mind if I move one way or another anyway.
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      • Cinn
        Cinn November 19, 2019 So true!
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      BB&LAB November 19, 2019 If high winds are forcasted yes I have done so.
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      Dawg House November 19, 2019 Too much trouble to move just for wind. I park into the sun to keep it off my frig located in the back,. After that, if wind or rain becomes a problem, like Bob, I make like a turtle and pull my sides in.
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      • Cinn
        Cinn November 19, 2019 Yes, my first priority is to keep the fridge on the north side. Second priority is a great view out the side window. :)
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        Jim O'Briant November 19, 2019 If the winds are strong enough -- or the forecast says they will be that strong -- then our first priority is to park with either nose or tail into the wind.
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      Wayne Wilson November 19, 2019 My 21 ft Starflyte is easy to move, so yeah, I have repositioned due to a forecast of heavy wind to face it. The rig doesn’t rock as much that way.
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      Suzan and Art November 19, 2019 We have moved when winds have been forecasted to be high but more often decide not to travel on a very windy day.  While sitting still, the winds aren't as dangerous as when on the road.  
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        Wayne Wilson November 19, 2019 Yeah, I don’t like to travel in high winds, snow or ice. Add mountains to the mix... forget about it. I’m not in a hurry 😁
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      Christopher Paul November 19, 2019 Once I pull the pin and drop the trailer, that's home, no matter which way the wind blows.
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      benchdog November 19, 2019 I am with Christopher when we unhook it stays where it is until we pull out
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      Landyachty - Jim & Peggy November 20, 2019 We always face west so the fridge has the north side
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      benchdog November 20, 2019 We are all about the view. Nothing else matters.
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