MrTravelRN wrote:This will be my first Burning Man experience. I own a rather nice 42ft motor coach. Some friends want me to bring, others say dust will ruin it. I have traveled off the beaten path before, but this is a whole new level. Thought of large tarp covering entire coach and decorate our camp. Thoughts?
Token wrote:I think the Captain is driving some old beaters out there from an era before Detroit figured out quality steel.
theCryptofishist wrote:Okay, taking a jump here. I will need to wash the undercarriage on a vehicle with very low clearance. Does anyone have a solid idea of how I might do that?
MrTravelRN wrote:I found a 40' x 60' tarp and will try to attach on one side to shield dust and wind while door side will open to camp area. I will try and seal windows on that side and add-on room stapped down vey well to dust off in before entering RV. And to decorate, spray paint tarp, plenty of colorful lights, and a leaf blower on roof to fill a fabric dancing burning man.
ygmir wrote:I have all old stuff, and, don't note any accelerated corrosion.......I don't do a super wash job when I get home......but, fall and winter come and seems, the rain maybe does that for me?
Sail Man wrote:ygmir wrote:I have all old stuff, and, don't note any accelerated corrosion.......I don't do a super wash job when I get home......but, fall and winter come and seems, the rain maybe does that for me?
Did the rain fix your interior lighting issue as well? :wink:
gaminwench wrote:stuff fabric/pillows into spaces on the floor around tape down beater towels to cover all of the carpet (painter's saran wrap doesn't cut it!)...
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