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Old 03-06-2013, 08:57 PM   #15
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Dave, you should have a clock hanging on the ds main slide wall. Maybe some don't have one, but every Anthem I've seen has the clock. Noel
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Our Anthem has no clock! We thought our wall looked bare.
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Old 03-06-2013, 09:36 PM   #16
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I would gladly trade you my clock for your footstools. Believe me, you got the better deal. If you want to see what it looks like, go to Entegras website and select the Anthem, gallery. The main picture that appears has the clock on the right wall.

Suggestion on your satchel - I bought a bunch of those clear plastic sleeves putting each pamphlet in one. Then organized them in three binders with indexes. Now when I have a problem with something, it's really easy to find the information. I keep the binders in the satchel.

Keep having fun!

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That's a good approach with the "owners" stuff. Got any ideas on how to understand it when you read it????

I would think if you call Joyce and tell her you want two footstools like are in the DEQ, she might be able to get them for you (like when we ask for more shelves in our pantry and bath); however, they have no retail operation (although I see they sell enter shirts and paraphernalia on line), she said she could sell the shelves to us through a retail operation...kinda like having you service outfit order parts from Entegra. Might work to get you matching footstools. We use ours every day, and it represents an additional cubic foot of storage each that looks great.

Does present a challenge storing them for moves.
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Oh-oh!!!! There goes the excuse for Happy Hour at all times!
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Old 03-07-2013, 09:47 PM   #18
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Oh-oh!!!! There goes the excuse for Happy Hour at all times!
Theres always an excuse for happy hour!
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Curious folks...where are you storing your vacuum "stuff". We can't seem to find just the right place upstairs. And are you storing you extra chairs in the bays? If so, how are your protecting the wood (as they are nice for "folders"?
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Vacuum is under the master bed---folding chairs in basement cargo area.
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Curious folks...where are you storing your vacuum "stuff". We can't seem to find just the right place upstairs. And are you storing you extra chairs in the bays? If so, how are your protecting the wood (as they are nice for "folders"?
Dave, I find the bed heavy to lift especially with my back. We keep the vacuum stuff in the basement. Since we have the booth rather than stand-alone dinette like you, we do not have the special wood folding chairs. In my last coach, I kept those in the closet. If I had them on mine, I would put a couple special hooks in the back of the closet and keep them there.
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We store our vacuum supplies in the lower cupboard on the side of the master bed.
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I find the storage under the bed useless. And I'm 43 and lift at the gym 3 times a week, lol! Too much effort for little space.
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I find the storage under the bed useless. And I'm 43 and lift at the gym 3 times a week, lol! Too much effort for little space.
Agree, we use that for some of the fancy bedding that doesn't come out unless we're showing off. Good idea on the side bed cupboard.
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I'm gonna show these answers to my wife so I don't have to go back there and lift that bed up anymore YeeHaww
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Vacuum stored under the bed.
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Stored under the bed and never used. Better vacuum with my light weight red devil roller brush vacuum and easier to handle, stored upright in the closet. Have a another batt vacuum for quick pickups.
2 collies onboard necessitate a roller brush vacuum!
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