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Post Info TOPIC: Fire safety alert

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Fire safety alert

Everyone make sure your fire extinguishers are readily available and be careful using portable heaters. A fifth wheel burned to the ground in a matter of minutes in our park Sunday. Thankfully nobody was inside. We still don't know the cause.




Dave and Marilyn


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We just had a home to the north of our park burn from a 9 volt battery tossed into a kitchen drawer. The home was a total loss. Put electrical tape over your 9 volt contacts.


Jim & Diana

2007 Colorado 31 RL  5th wheel

2008 F350 Larait SRW 6.4L Diesel, crew cab, long box - PullRite Superglide 15K hitch

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