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Old 08-28-2012, 04:32 PM   #155
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Been following your project and I know you folks are proud! Creekwood is a nice park and it was the first park we went to when we had our Class C. Lots to see in the area, even though it is raining I know you're having a blast.
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Glad you had some success. I have to comment that you have such a positive attitude that things are bound to work for you. Enjoy
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Old 08-28-2012, 06:36 PM   #157
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Glad you had some success. I have to comment that you have such a positive attitude that things are bound to work for you. Enjoy
Thank you but I edit all the bad stuff, if my wife was writing she would give you "the rest of the story".
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Old 08-29-2012, 07:31 AM   #158
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I don't know about your wife, but your four legged co-pilot sure looks happy and comfortable in the "new" coach! What an absolutely incredible project! Sure looks mighty at home at the campsite! Awesome job and congratulations to you and DW and your crew at home.
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Old 09-12-2012, 10:13 AM   #159
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That's an amazing job. Glad you got to try her out. What's next on the project?
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There is still much to be finished on this project. I still have the molding insert to replace on the side pieces the hinges for the basement doors attach to. The original insert was a dingy beige color, since we repainted them black I have some black ordered.

There is still lots of fit and finish on the basement doors to be done, windshield molding to be replaced, correct the drivers side wiper, figure out the leveling jack issues and replace the circuit panel for the Dometic refer.

We still need to install a new TV in the bedroom, that's an easy install, and link the front TV to an interior speaker system as its hard to hear when the AC is running.

Lots of things still to be done, I wanted to get it to the point where we could use it in the mean time as the rest is cosmetic and comfort issues. So it's good from a far but far from good!!!!
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Sounds like you have a good plan. We have done extensive interior changes to ours including a dishwasher, new flooring, removing the booth and installing a circular table, removing both couches and installing a 37" lcd TV and credenza, Euro loungers, etc. I admire y'all for the outside work. I would never attempt what you have done. Just a super great job.
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Ok sorry gotta show the dogs relaxing!



I will bet that these are before AND after pictures
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No the lounging dog is Bella and her brother Teddy is in the captains chair, 2 different dogs.
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No the lounging dog is Bella and her brother Teddy is in the captains chair, 2 different dogs.
No I meant the dogs lounging and enjoying themselves before and after the makeover
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Yes, they seemed to be pretty relaxed anytime like all dogs. It's funny how they make themselves at home in there. I'm looking at attending some schooling for 6 weeks out of town and my wife wants me to take the dogs so she can have a break. I'm looking forward to hanging with my pals to keep me company.
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