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Old 02-08-2012, 05:43 AM   #15
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Old 02-08-2012, 09:13 AM   #16
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What year model is it? Also DW would like to know if yall have plans of heading towards Texas any time?
It's a 94. I have all of March booked in Texas. Check out http://sofiatalvik.com/gigs to see where I'll be
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Old 02-08-2012, 09:45 AM   #17
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Old 02-08-2012, 09:46 AM   #18
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I am naturally curious if you are wanting to show off your redecorating (nicely done) or you are busy promoting your singing career. Good luck with both!
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Hi Sofia.

Where did you end up in New Orleans?

So, you are multi-talented. You are an entertainer and a designer. That is a nice job you did on your MH.

By the way, how long have you been in the Southern part of the U.S., "Ya'll?"
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I like what you did with the sink and counter in the bathroom. How difficult was it. I am afraid to take my old stuff out because I don't know if the new stuff will fit in. I like the glass tiles most of all. You have a talent for this sort of thing.
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Old 02-08-2012, 01:43 PM   #21
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I am naturally curious if you are wanting to show off your redecorating (nicely done) or you are busy promoting your singing career. Good luck with both!
Haha the decoration of course. But I'm not gonna hide that I'm here touring. That's what I do. And I'm a member here because I do it in an RV
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Old 02-08-2012, 01:51 PM   #22
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Hi Sofia.

Where did you end up in New Orleans?

So, you are multi-talented. You are an entertainer and a designer. That is a nice job you did on your MH.

By the way, how long have you been in the Southern part of the U.S., "Ya'll?"
Hi Wayne!
We ended up parking on the street most of the time. There was also an indie truck stop where you could park for 10$ overnight. I think it was called the mardi gras reststop or something like that.

Been in the south since november also lived a few months in FL two years ago how did y'all guess
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I like what you did with the sink and counter in the bathroom. How difficult was it. I am afraid to take my old stuff out because I don't know if the new stuff will fit in. I like the glass tiles most of all. You have a talent for this sort of thing.
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The tile was super easy. I got the ready squares from home depot and a grout/adhesive. Then you basically just put the grout on the table push the tile in place add some grout on top and it's done. Id suggest getting the non sanded grout though. We were a bit cheap and got the sanded, it's coarser and don't look quite as nice.

The sink in the bathroom I just spray painted. Ready in a few minutes. Make sure you get a glossy paint though. The matte will make dust stick to it and it's hard to clean.
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D.

Home improvement stores now have a peel-n-stick base for tile work. Super tacky material sticks to wallboard & you simply position & press tiles into place; then just grout the joints. Cuts the work & time involved into half.

Great pics. I've gotta get my privvy redone now [along with several trim items I've postponed] ... that I've seen these...

Thanks for the inspiring pics.
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IMPRESSIVE! And also your voice! I listened, you are truly blessed! Beautiful music!

Wonderful make-over on the MH! Fantastic!
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IMPRESSIVE! And also your voice! I listened, you are truly blessed! Beautiful music!

Wonderful make-over on the MH! Fantastic!
Well thank you! Sign up on my newsletter list on http://sofiatalvik.com and you'll be notified when I'm in your area. It would be so great meeting peeps from this forum!!
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Home improvement stores now have a peel-n-stick base for tile work. Super tacky material sticks to wallboard & you simply position & press tiles into place; then just grout the joints. Cuts the work & time involved into half.

Great pics. I've gotta get my privvy redone now [along with several trim items I've postponed] ... that I've seen these...

Thanks for the inspiring pics.
There you go. It's pretty simple all of it. I found the hardest bit was to get the wallpaper. I'm Sweden we have stores that sell wallpaper over the counter. Here it seems you have to order everything online.
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