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Old 04-15-2014, 04:57 PM   #1
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Winter Honey Do List - What is on Yours?

As I see some still have snow. We look to be having freezing temps here Tomorrow.
With all that said, I already have 2 trips in this Year with our Coach. It looks like there is always something to Fix, freshen up, paint, etc.

After talking to a few folks In DC last week I find that I am not alone in making these lists of things to do before the next season. With that being said, I though it would be fun to get a list going and shareng, you never know, somebody may save a few bucks with somebody else's Ideas.....
Here is mine

Repaint Hood
Replace Slide Toppers.
Fix Ice Maker (Ugh) actually added by DW!!!

Whats on yours?

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Old 04-15-2014, 05:55 PM   #2
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Clean and treat the roof,clean everything else and try to keep everything else tightened up and do the proper maintenance to keep me trouble free as much as possible. It's a never ending project with a house on wheels,but it sure can be a heck of a lot of fun.

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Maybe not never ending fun, but I will agree with never ending things to do!

1. Restring the day/night shades
2. Install bathrobe hooks in the bedroom
3. Modify the seat heater switch to make it a variable temperature.
4. Install a motorized shade on the driver side window
5. Move pull down shade over to the passenger side window
6. Install a silverware drawer under the table
7. Install a indoor/outdoor thermometer
8. Insulate the lower compartments for cold weather
9. Replace the gas struts on the compartment door over passenger side door
10. Move the under counter coffee pot over so there will be space for the coffee and filters.
11. Install a sewer hose storage tube
12. Fix kitchen faucet leak
13. Install hooks for the awning pole and windshield squeegee pole.
14. Replace the front TV
15. Install new electrical outlet in front compartment for charging radios and flashlight.
16. Install new outlet in bedroom for charging cell phones at night.

My wife keeps a separate list in the "cloud" for the Sticks/Bricks house so no matter where I am working, I can always access the list and see what awaits me when I get home.
Good Luck, Be Safe and Above All, Don't Forget To Have Fun
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