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  1. The newsletter is correct, we are working on starting the process to try selling in Canada, however we don't have a specific time frame as to when this will be possible. So, yes it may be possible to buy an Oliver in the future in Canada. We will of course make these details known as we progress towards that goal. We hope you will stay tuned or perhaps come visit us for a plant tour here in Hohenwald, TN!
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  2. Reed & Karen Nancy and I stayed at the Rancho Sedona RV Park for several days last year and I agree that Sedona is a place not to be missed. I also agree that Montezuma Castle is an absolute must-see while in the area. I'm still amazed at how they were able to build such an amazing structure. Another great day trip out of Sedona is Jerome, Arizona and old mining town. I would not recommend trying to pull the Oliver to Jerome because of the elevation and winding roads but I do recommend visiting if you have the time. There are so many places of amazement in Southern Arizona
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  3. I liked the idea of having detectors in between the hulls, in case of smoldering, so I ordered the Atoms. I went with the non-ten year battery as those are sealed and non replaceable from what I saw. Holy Smokes-these things are tiny... Thanks for the recommendation
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  4. Cleaning an awning? Any secrets? At a CG we were at in the western mountains of Maine a lot of the seasonals would leave their awning out all season. They would just lower when they were away. Usually at the end of the season they would wash with a product called Reliable. They would do about 3 square feet at a time. When all done, they would put about a cup of Murphy's Oil Soap in a pail of warm water, and redo the awning with a brush and rinse. They would look like new. Next season the oak dropping, pine pitch and needles, and fine dust would rinse right off. Hardly any effort. Also that Rel
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  5. they seemed to use whatever pail they had. I'd guess about a cup to a gallon or so. They usually scrubbed with a stiffer brush the Reliable, if it hadn't been done in a while or before. Amazing how dirty the fabric can get, and how labor intensive it can be to clean. Hence 3 square feet at a time. The oil soap was usually done with a semi soft brush on a long handle to work it into the embossing of the fabric. And then lightly rinsed. The light soap residue seemed to be what released the soil the next time...
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  6. My trailer in #140 and was picked up May 5. The porch light gasket is still creating a stain and it will not just wash off. I know that #136 has the same problem. I am hoping that all we have to do with the replacement gasket is remove 2 screws per fixture and install.
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  7. Mike and Carol, You are not alone. My 2016 Oliver had bleeding around outside lights just like the one shown in your picture. I have had no leaking inside of the trailer and the rubber gaskets didn't seem to be failing in any way, but having black streaks running down the side of the camper was not something that I wanted to see. I have in my bag of tricks a product that I've been using since my sailing days down in the Caribbean. "DAP Dow Corning 100% Silicone Rubber Aquarium Sealant". I've had the same tube for about 8 years and it still mostly full and still usable. I put some on m
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  8. Our scheduled pick up date was May 10. We arrived on the afternoon of May 9. Our trailer just left for a wash, oh well. We drove out to Fall Hollow to check in to the B&B. Noel was very friendly and helpful. Accommodations were simple but clean. He cooks a mean breakfast - we weren't hungry until dinner time. After check in we drove back to the Sales Office to see our trailer. Met Bob and Camille who were taking delivery of their trailer. Our trailer looked great! But, we immediately saw a few things that weren't right. We were missing an extra 110V outlet and had an ex
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