Lesson learned

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  1. Bonio123

    Bonio123 Read Only Funster

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    At St.Cyr enjoying some beautiful weather.decided to leave the awning out overnight , with storm strap attached and lowered on one corner , just in case!!

    3am worst thunderstorm I've ever encountered resulting in awning collapsing and buckling the front facia. Managed to get it back in but now has a lovely curved profile . That'll teach me not to be lazy. Could have been worse i suppose, could even have had it ripped off:cry:
     
  2. Phill D

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    i guess thats a new awning then,, i get lazy after a few days of good weather:Doh:. shouldnt really i know.

    hope you can travel with it secure.:thumb:
     
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    Shit Happens, repeatedly. I wouldn't get unduly stressed, like you say it could have been a lot worse
     
  4. smiffy502000

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    will it be covered by your insurance or is it classed as an act of god!!
     
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