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Posted: 02/05/20 07:49am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hot Feet?
Something, though not as absurd as placing sticky floor tiles in the mud. Im just trying to keep up .
When I park in the mud, sometimes, my coffee needs more milk.

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NRALIFR wrote:

I just throw down some PSP (Marston Mats) when it’s too muddy.


I'll bet those are convenient to carry. Especially in a TC.
But do you get hot feet?


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Posted: 02/15/20 05:17am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I always have a dozen or so on top with all the other heavy stuff.

Feet? My feet are on freakin’ fire baby!

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bucky wrote:

Florida black mud at a state park campsite. I made a stepping tile walkway out of them from the door of the 5er to the truck. Ya'll have no imagination, the black mud here is worse than the NC red clay at home. They came from Lowes in the flooring section.
At least 2 neighbors have commented and gone to get some. Rarely does anything for an RV cost so little. They are 12x12 BTW, big enough for most feet. I'll post a pic later.


I figure you mean those 12 x 12 x 2" concrete stepping stones. Great solution! And you can leave them for the next person at the campsite :-).

I'm a shoes off in the van person, myself. My van has an interior step which is the perfect place to leave them. I travel with a pair of mud shoes.


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