Porch awnings ???

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  1. ips

    ips Read Only Funster

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    Cant decide if a porch awning is worth it. Would only use it if we were staying put for 3 nights or so and would only want a small cheapo one. Sometimes gets a bit wet a windy out there when its cig break time, we have a canopy but as we all know there noi good in the wind.
    Any thoughts on the matter either way and any reccomendations as to make model etc etc etc etc etc
     
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    Thanks
     
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    now would any of us really say that Peter :Blush:
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    you bet we would :BigGrin:
     
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    as to sort of awning if its for occasional use why not go for one of those mobilite ones, can either attach to van or leave it standing near the van, once unfolded and put together its basically two poles and peg down
     
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