Suzanne and I (Bill) sold our SoCal condo late April and purchased a 2005 3295RK and a 2005 Silverado 2500 Duramax to travel full time for a year or so while looking for a sustainable farming ranchette/farmette hopefully somewhere in the West. We had never RV'd before so our learning curve has been pretty steep but we've been meeting many very helpful people along the way and have avoided any real serious problems so far. Have already put 12,000 miles on the rig and looking forward to many more.
We are currently in Colorado and loving this beautiful state. We campground hosted at the Maroon Bells outside of Aspen at 9500 feet for the month of July and capped it off by climbing North Maroon Bell at 14,000+ feet on our last day there. That leads me to a problem that we picked up there, that is, MICE.
Do any of you know any steps to eliminate the mice for good, besides trapping them? Any procedures for plugging holes and eliminating their scent trails would be greatly appreciated.