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Old 12-16-2011, 08:46 PM   #43
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WOW that rv garage is BIG
it didnt seem that big until i saw the trucks in there
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Old 01-12-2012, 07:36 PM   #44
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Well we were moving along at a pretty good clip but when the siding started going up it looked a little odd, turns out it had four different dye lot colors, and three different textures! It's been since the end of the year with them not able to get enough siding with the same codes so needless to say nothing else is going up until they make some and what's up now has to come back down



So with the lag in production everything has kind of shifted to the inside, the Modine heater won't be here for about another 2 weeks





In wall air lines outlets throughout the building

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Inside is coming along nicely. Looks good
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Old 01-15-2012, 07:31 PM   #46
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ok

I don't dislike many people but I have added you to the list, obviously I am jealous.
Came out awesome ! Nice job looks well planned .
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Would it help any if I check the costs of shipping some snow your way, it would be well packaged with frigid air as well
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What a beautiful job. Congratulations.
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This is really coming together! It is really nice, you must be excited to get your coach in it
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Great job and well thought out. Congrats!!!
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Would it help any if I check the costs of shipping some snow your way, it would be well packaged with frigid air as well
Hey, John, how about shipping some of your snow over to Duluth. I'm getting worried about my septic freezing. We're up on the hill above Lake Superior and only have several inches of snow left from our record warm days.

BTW, your RV "shed" makes my "shed" (15x40') look tiny....;-)>
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The sand floor even at the overhead doorway is not really frozen. It's some really different type of weather we're having here this year again the same as you.
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So now all the matched siding is here but it's below 10 degrees out and now they don't want to side it because it too cold to work the material.

The garage door installation is just about completed it just needs the remote, the chain hoist installed, and power hooked up when it's available.

I'm also expecting the power company to get the transformer on the pole and power cables hooked up this week then the electrician can finish his job. I'm also expecting the ceiling heater to get here this week and installed.

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Man, that thing is looking sweeter with each post!
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I agree! This is going to be SO awesome!!
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Great looking job. Must be nice.
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