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Our guest is Mike Sokol, who tells us in Episode 441 of the RV Podcast how to safely wake up your RV's electrical system.
This episode comes to you from Florida's Emerald Coast, where we have been hanging out the past few weeks. Spring Break is now in full swing down here, and the crowds are causing us to long for some solitude.
Thus, we're headed to Loblolly Ridge, our private little 5-acre RV retreat in Middle Tennessee. We plan to spend a couple of weeks up there and clear some trees blown down by the recent storms – two of which ended up gently leaning on our fifth wheel.
Thanks to some good neighbors – Brad and Jim – the trees were removed, and the RV suffered only a couple of minor scrapes and bruises. Whew!
Those trees were toppled by the wave of dangerous storms that swept through the nation's midsection Friday night. It was the third weekend in a row of tornadoes and violent thunderstorms, and they claimed some two dozen lives in multiple states, including two campers in Indiana (see news story below).