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  2. You might check my article on "Camping Under The Bloodmoon", further down in this forum. If you are into really simple food for lunch, try Hazel's Hot Dog stand. They are really good, especially the 'Spicey Dog'. The are located here:2400 N Ponce De Leon Blvd Saint Augustine, FL 32084
  3. Thanks for the comments. I will try to contribute here as much as time allows.
  4. Home can mean many things to many people..., but for me this fall, it was my Oliver Travel Trailer. Hull #23 was my home, office, retreat in bad weather and my studio. For just under a month my Oliver kept me comfortable, well rested and able to do one of the things I enjoy most..., explore and photograph America. My journey started in SW Florida and took me to the southern coast of Maine to photograph lighthouses. Littered with lighthouses, the coast of Maine is also known for lobsters and all I can say is, they were very good. If you ever make it to Pemaquid Point near New Harbor, Shaws
  5. One problem that I have recognized with my Oliver is that a good deal of the time I am camped under trees which will not allow the sun to reach a roof mounted solar. For those times a small and light Honda 1000 will recharge your batts. If I think I will use the AC then I have to bring my Yamaha 3000 gen. I have also found that when parked under or near trees that the reception on my Kingdome is nonexistent. I now use a portable Tailgater for TV.
  6. I have the extra awning and am very happy with it. Not only does it shade the other side but when it rains, you can keep the windows open. Sometimes I will partially deploy the extra awning.
  7. The people at the Oliver factory sent me a replacement window and I had it installed at a local RV repair shop for about $50.
  8. I agree with allenpamela completely. It's valuable to be able to look at Olivers that have been listed and sold.
  9. Without pictures, most of us are left clueless as to the specifics of what you guys are talking about.
  10. These tables look very good and would be great in the Olivers. Maybe Oliver R&D could purchase one and figure out how to make their own for the Oliver.
  11. For anyone with a MAC, this is very easy. Just click on Sarari at the top left and and in the drop down menu pick reset Safari. Check the first two boxes and hit reset. Done.
  12. I am in Sandston, Va and headed back to S. Fla tomorrow.
  13. Thanks everyone for the nice comments. I will continue to post here in a effort to help this forum come alive. I know there are other owners out there that are using their rigs and can contribute as well. As far as my Oliver goes, the more I use it the more I realize how special it is. I really appreciate all the thought that went into it's design and production.
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