For those of you that have awnings on your living quarters trailers, here is an easy way to secure them. It’s always best to put your awning up if it is going to be windy. However, there is just a slight breeze this method works great and allows you to keep your awning out while minimizing the amount of rattling and noise it makes. The use of ratchet straps at each end of the
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We had a most excellent ride this year at the 5 day Bryce XP. We headed down early to help with trail, as there was a severe blow-down of trees on the trail. It took a lot of work to get everything cleared and the trail marked so that horse’s could get through. The FS, Dave Rabe and Dwight, Ann and Dave Nicholson all really worked hard chainsawing and clearing trails. Kerry Redente and
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