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Surviving Severe Weather as a Fulltimer Part 5: Tornados and Severe Thunderstorms

  Of all the potential nasty things that mother nature can throw at the full timer, the severe thunderstorm is simultaneously the most common, the most widespread, and the most likely to be deadly. Severe thunderstorms occur in virtually every … Continue reading

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Surviving Severe Weather as a Fulltimer Part 4: Fog.

This is a picture from NOAA with a somewhat better visibility than we had that night on the highway. We have had our fair share of severe weather near misses. Some of those near misses have just been due to … Continue reading

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Surviving Severe Weather as a Fulltimer Part 3: Wildfires.

During our stay in Osoyoos in May 2014 a wildfire in the hills above us created a bit of anxiety for us due mainly to smoke. Our air conditioner/dehumidifier trick worked so we were not forced to leave the exceptionally … Continue reading

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Surviving Severe Weather as a Fulltimer Part 1: Winter Storms

We have been through several close encounters with severe weather while living in an travel trailer. Even in a typical secure stick home in the middle of a suburb severe weather can be an issue. We have all seen pictures … Continue reading

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