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Old 04-20-2016, 06:54 PM   #449
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Looks good inside.
Does it fit inside with the truck/fifth wheel hooked up?

No.

We signed the contract back in August when we had a DP. We planned for a bigger DP! We never planned to have a 5th wheel. Funny how it all works out!
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Old 04-20-2016, 07:16 PM   #450
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Bus Hut. 18 x 50. 12 x 14 doors on either end. 50 amp service with sewer and water. We built a visitors pad to the side with electric and water. HOA would not allow detached building so we made it look like it is attached to the house. If I had a redo I would go with 14 x 14 door. A little tight with the mirrors.
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Old 04-21-2016, 07:32 PM   #451
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Carolina Carports 12x12x31, the ACE fits nice.
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Old 04-21-2016, 11:57 PM   #452
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Finally got the trailer in along with the RV

Finally after completing the rest of the work on the barn, I was able to move the trailer in (RV is in the left bay), VERY glad I did the 14x14 doors without them it would be significantly harder to move the trailer in.


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Old 04-22-2016, 08:52 AM   #453
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Imagine it if you did not have the tractor.
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What part of Cent Fla are you in? I'd be interested in who you used to do the work. PM if you prefer

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Old 04-22-2016, 09:10 AM   #455
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Imagine it if you did not have the tractor.

The space between the house and the barn is 62 feet, so there is no way I could do it with the RV 40 feet + 28 for the trailer would make that interesting to say the least. I likely could do it with the suburban but the tractor has a 80 degree wheel cut so I can nearly spin the trailer in place which makes it much more tenable.

That's us fully hooked up.


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Old 06-08-2016, 07:25 PM   #456
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Finally finished the driveway and landscaping around the RV garage.

Sent 25 bales of straw through the blower after seeding and fertilizing. Not the best time of year to do it, so we will see how it turns out.

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The space between the house and the barn is 62 feet, so there is no way I could do it with the RV 40 feet + 28 for the trailer would make that interesting to say the least. I likely could do it with the suburban but the tractor has a 80 degree wheel cut so I can nearly spin the trailer in place which makes it much more tenable.

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Looks good to me!
thanks.. your the only one to reply to my hey-lam post....forgot I even post here
garage door being 15 wide sure makes it nice,... that and the 400 amp power
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I have some green stuff coming up. Some is obviously the new grass, and some appears to be weeds that were in the soil. I'll take it.



Have been running the sprinkler pretty much non stop. It covers about a 20' diameter area (it's on a tripod) so I pretty much run it all day just to get everything wet. No rain in site!
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Leave the weeds grow. They will provide shade for the young grass and enhance the lawn growth. Once the grass is established a couple applications of a broad leaf weed killer will clean up the weeds.
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Trust me. I'll keep the weeds.... At least until next spring.
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Old 06-19-2016, 08:47 AM   #462
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For those of you with a shop that doesn't not have climate control.... Do you leave the ACs on in the RV (set to 75-80 or so)?

Curious if it would make sense to do this and place a bucket under the gutter drains.
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