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Old 08-15-2011, 05:29 PM   #43
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Looks waaaay too Nice to clean fish in !!!
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Old 08-15-2011, 06:05 PM   #44
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You sure you want to paint that beautiful wood grain? Maybe a nice maple stain and poly coat?

Looks great! Nice work
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Old 08-16-2011, 10:58 AM   #45
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You sure you want to paint that beautiful wood grain? Maybe a nice maple stain and poly coat?

Looks great! Nice work
I will be varnishing the walls and cabints in clear, but I will have to paint the ceiling.
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Old 08-18-2011, 06:40 PM   #46
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Really not much to post about other then I knew I been feeling a bit bad the last week. Well yesterday I was rushed to the ER. I'm still in the hospital and hope to get out tomorrow. Why I been feeling bad? My doctor doesn't know and everything is looking better so I hope.

I'm looking to get back home to finish my camper.
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Old 08-18-2011, 07:37 PM   #47
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QUOTE: " We coonasses love to cook " .... TRUE DAT !!!!!

Hmmm havent heard that in 20 years. i was talking to some people I didnt know and one old lady asked me if I was a Coonass! something about the manner/style / in which I spoke and more.
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Old 08-22-2011, 05:57 AM   #48
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Just a short update. I haven't did anything due to me being back in the hospital again for 3 days. My pacemaker somehow got out of timing or the infection is still attacking my heart. No way of telling on the second one unless they go in and do a byop of my heart.

Today they are going to try and reset my pacemaker.
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Old 08-23-2011, 01:20 PM   #49
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I did get a little done in the camper even though I'm not doing all that good. Things for me are in a slow mode now. I finished hanging the front section were there was once a window. I then removed the cabinets for sanding and staining/ varnishing. I got to the staining and had to stop due to its 97F and I was having a hard time just breathing.

On the stain, I wanted to keep it as lite as I could, but this wood sucked up the stain very fast.
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Old 08-23-2011, 01:24 PM   #50
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Oh, as far as my health goes, I'm not doing all that good. My doctor had me go in for a adjustment. They hook up a ultra sounder and the Pacemaker group came in and adjust the pacemaker to get the most out of what I have. After a hour adjusting, my heart EJ(output) is down to 15-18%. This is not good.
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Old 08-23-2011, 06:45 PM   #51
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You have a lot of friends here thinking and pulling for you. Take it easy and best of luck. I figured you were having a tough time of it when you didn't post for several days. Your 50 posts on this are all positive and encouraging.
P.S. I think 97F is too hot to be working on anything but a glass of ice tea.
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I was up at 3am varnishing the cabinets, well the first coat. I will have to get up early tomorrow just to give them a lite sand and do a second coat. I will try to start stainning the walls too!

After I had finish varnishing today, I went fishing out on a lake I live near by. I kept 12 nice Sac A Lait (white pearch for your northern people)that were easy a pound each. Had threw back a good amount that were on the small size. Got back at the house before 9am. It was getting hot fast! They are calling 99F here and I'm beat already. Nothing like fresh fish for lunch.
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Finish the second coat of varnish on the cabniets and doors along with all the stainning inside the camper walls. Next will be some sanding inside the camper, then varnishing the walls. After that it will be trim and painting the ceiling. Then hooking up lights! I'm still planning a trip up north at the end of Oct if I'm doing better health wise.
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Go for it. You are getting more done with a bad ticker than I am with no excuse at all. We did have an earthquate Tuesday and Hurricane today - so it hasn't been too dull around here. I did manage to flush my water system and eternabond some fibergalss holes caused by low branches. Please post some pictures when you get a chance.
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I got up early as the norm, 3am and set out to get a few things done before the heat of the day. I had a few doors that need some sanding and a second coat of varnish, done! Inside I startewd sanding walls then past a tack cloth along with vacuuming all dust. Done! From there I put the first coat of varnish thru out.

Tomorrow, I will sand again and then take the wife fishing early then church. Monday I will get the second coat of varnish done I hope.
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Photo 4 shows wires coming from the ceiling - Please tell me that is wire for an inside light and NOT a hole through the EPDM for an antenna or something. One hole in the EPDM for the AC (in your area) is acceptable :>)
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