New "tip of the mitt" PUP owner here :)

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  1. bayport

    bayport New Member

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    Enjoy your new camper. When I was a kid in the 90s we camped at Wilderness State Park and the wind coming off Lake Michigan was really chilly. We thought the heater was broken after that weekend. It ended up just being a broken thermostat and a very easy fix.
     
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    Welcome from Mt. Pleasant, MI! I wouldn't say it's the ONLY piece of advice, but the very FIRST piece of advice I would give is to make sure you chock the camper wheels BEFORE uncoupling from the tow vehicle. Failing to do so can, at the very least, provide the neighboring campers with a pretty entertaining show :)
     
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    TheresaUpNorth New Member

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    Thanks, theseus! :)
     
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    TheresaUpNorth New Member

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    Thanks! My dad was born and raised not very far from Wilderness, and I grew up in Petoskey, so I know the Lake Michigan wind well. lol
     
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    TheresaUpNorth New Member

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    Haha! Thanks! Very sound advice indeed! (And my son is a junior at CMU! Go Chips!)
     
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    kcsa75 Well-Known Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Congratulations on the NTU Pup and Welcome to the forum from Midway USA.
     

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