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Is anyone operating a RMH In Al, GA, TN

 
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I live in AL And I’d love to see a RMH In action prior to jumping headfirst into a build.
If your keen to bear a visitor for a short visit please reach, out.


I live in Birmingham

And I’m driving to Chattanooga and Fort Benning this month (November) for work.
 
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Great idea Wes!  The best way to be inspired, is to see and feel a RMH in action.  Nicer to ask questions in person rather than online.
Hopefully there will be several that you can visit.  Good Luck!  Your always welcome to see one in Montana... if your work takes you here :)
 
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