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Old 06-10-2012, 12:09 PM   #85
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Sure wish mine was done and looking that nice.
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Old 06-10-2012, 02:46 PM   #86
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Old 06-10-2012, 02:56 PM   #87
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Well there is a second 50Amp RV outlet.
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Old 06-10-2012, 02:59 PM   #88
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Old 01-26-2013, 08:06 PM   #89
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A little update

Lack of snow and cold weather here so far this year



Had to do a brake job one one of the trucks plus everything from 2 10X20 storage shed are stuffed in with 1 more unit to go but just about all the shelving is up





I'm ready to start getting the hoist put in which will free up a lot of floor space, it goes where the bus is parked now.















A lot of stuff/junk piled in there but at least I can get to it this winter.
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Lack of snow and cold weather here so far this year

A lot of stuff/junk piled in there but at least I can get to it this winter.
A nice rig, indoor parking AND a flatbed ... yeah I'm a little jealous

Very nice! ... well except for the mess, but that's what spare time is for
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You've got a lot more stuff in there since post #82!

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DW was watching as I scrolled through your pics and said "Geez honey, there is someone who has copied your barn organizational pattern". And I went, . I told her "But it's all important stuff, and I never know when I will need those parts saved."
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Old 01-26-2013, 08:28 PM   #93
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I plead guilty because I took off for 2.5 months last summer after the building was finished for the Fleetwood and iRV2 rallies and while I was in the area I took in a couple of Tow Truck shows.

I'm paying for it now and making plans to get out of Dodge the first break in the weather (no salted roads).
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Wow. I have to ask...where the heck did you keep all that stuff before you built the RV garage?
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That's my kind of shed - highly organized chaos!
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Looks like a prime candidate for a big "garage sale", maybe even a two weekend event. Just kidding John, I only wish I had a shop big enough to hold all that stuff.
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I am so jealous! Beautiful storage building!
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I fear I have conveyed the wrong image I am normally an organized person but I just had to get my stuff out of storage and have access to it when and if I wanted it.

I do promise it will be better organized in the near future at least after my first field trip.

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Wow. I have to ask...where the heck did you keep all that stuff before you built the RV garage?
A rather large hobby shop.



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That's my kind of shed - highly organized chaos!
Everything on the walls is on a computer listing for easy retrieval as well as a lot of the smaller items in a picture album for reference. That's another reason it's taking longer to get everything put away.

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Looks like a prime candidate for a big "garage sale", maybe even a two weekend event. Just kidding John, I only wish I had a shop big enough to hold all that stuff.
Already had one at the bigger shop I might not have had that one if I could have made this place bigger

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I am so jealous! Beautiful storage building!
That's what the tax assessor said also, you pay more in tax for a storage building than a garage when all was said and done it was taxed as a garage. I guess the windows threw them off before they knew of the motorhome.
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