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I’ve had Twist stored in what amounts to a fenced in field (the weeds are cut) over the winter. Prior to storage I placed insect screens as Mike and Carol above, covered the camper with a CalMark cover and placed two “sticky traps” on the floor of the interior. If you are not familiar with sticky traps – they will “trap” anything that comes in contact with them from mouse size all the way down to knats. Yesterday I was checking the camper and showing it to prospective new Oliver customers and I looked at both traps. There was one mosquito! Western North Carolina is one of the buggiest places around – our winters are simply not cold enough to kill the critters and prior to storage I had been in New Orleans. So, just make sure that your windows and door are closed, get the screens that Mike and Carol talked about and don’t worry about it.
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