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Spring is a wonderful time to go camping, but as the weather can be unpredictable, it is important to be prepared. Despite the extra work to make certain all bases are covered, camping in the spring has many benefits.
Most importantly, timing is a big factor at play when determining which cover to use. If you’re in a jam and you have a tarp at hand, you could use that, but it’s not recommended. If you found a sudden leak in your roof and want to cover it up, quick, without incurring further damages upon the interior of your travel trailer, then it might be acceptable to choose the most readily available material at hand. If you are preparing for a future excursion, check the forecast for the area you’re visiting. Take your time when choosing a cover, if you have the luxury to do some research before the big purchase.
“We’re extremely excited to continue our growing partnership with KING,” added Product Manager Dustin Tavernier of Keystone. “We’re confident that KING’s history of innovation and product excellence, combined with our expanding product family, will provide the very best entertainment experience for our owners.”
You asked and we answered! Here are full instructions, in full detail, for how to properly use our KING SureLock signal meter for the KING Jack over-the-air antenna.
KING, known for its innovation and market presence with over-the-air TV antennas in the luxury fifth-wheel segment, is bringing its industry-leading Jack antenna to two more Keystone product series.
As you stroll the halls of the KING building in Bloomington, Minn., you can see 8-10 (out of about 50, he’s made over the years) of Rory’s sculptures. Down the main entry hall, if you keep heading back until you hit Randy Nelson’s office, you’ll see about five of his sculptures in a loose cluster juxtaposed with old filing cabinets–his latest resting just shy of direct light.