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Got back to my other home after the long weekend. Come to find that the trailer was knocked off it tongue blocks. Looking more found the passenger side wheel chock was knocked out. When it fell off the tongue blocks it landed on the driver side stabilizer jack in the front and bent the top mount.

 

Talking to the land owner and he said the gust was upwards of 50 to 60 MPH. He figured as long as the trailer was still standing was a good thing. I was more worried about the fridge but it was still cold and freezer was still frozen.

 

So here I sit and enjoy my A/C in the RV. No harm done!

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I was in eastern Wyoming and had some 50 mph gusts from the side. Fortunately the trailer was in a campground, but even the water in the dog's dish was sloshing over the side. My wife thought for sure we were going over........

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As a kid my family spent a summer cruising the country in an Astro van pulling a 25' camper.  Dad took the van to get some supplies and left us sitting in the camper.  A wind storm came in and pushed that camper up on 2 wheels, scared the hell out of all of us.  :wow:

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