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Old 10-22-2008, 02:21 PM   #225
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awwww You can always move south and help me with mine HAHAHAHAHAH! Take care of your health FIRST! I think we might want to seal around edges of our roof as a precautionary measure. No need for anymore rotting behind walls right?
Take it easy and relax for the winter! We all know I will be inside!
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Old 10-25-2008, 05:26 PM   #226
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There ya go Gary...What going on with you these days???? Same as me??? hope not!!!!!!
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Old 10-25-2008, 05:33 PM   #227
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Well Dan,
Basicly I am storing Baby inside for the winter and the attension is being given to the vendor trailer for me to sell out of it sometime by the 1st of the yr.The vendor trailer is at a fab shop.
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Old 10-25-2008, 05:42 PM   #228
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If its inside can you work on it? If so that would be great!!
Hows the motor coming?
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Nope-cold storeage only.Not allowed any work.
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So I guess that means you won't make it to Atlanta for the winter. Hopefully next year will be better. It's supposed to be in the low to mid 20's overnight this coming week.

BTW, I haven't posted in the past week because I got a new Job (desk clerk @ hotel 4p-12M).
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Old 10-28-2008, 05:52 PM   #231
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Well I drove Baby back here from the repair shop today.Felt good got to tell you.I stopped by the fab shop and spoke to the owner about a frame/flashing for the skylight.Found out his father is a roofer and would be able to build a flashing fairly easy.Also looked at the storeage for it today and set a date of the 8th to begin.Yeah inside out of the weather storeage,so that is a good thing.
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YAYA INSIDE STORAGE! I kinda feel bad the Beast will be outside But she will be ok. We are gonna go out and start her every couple weeks. And drive her a time or to.. Since her paint job still looks very good, I dont wanna mess it up lol
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Old 10-28-2008, 07:46 PM   #233
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Baby has the v-8 Gary??? That was quick!!! Glad you got that part done!!
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nope-"Baby" is the RV which came with a 350 v-8.
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Ok, now i am confused..You put the rv in storage and I thought you were driving the Astro?? O well...everything will sort out itself out ok...i get confused a lot!! You are working on the roof with baby??
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Well I drove Baby back here from the repair shop today.Felt good got to tell you.I stopped by the fab shop and spoke to the owner about a frame/flashing for the skylight.Found out his father is a roofer and would be able to build a flashing fairly easy.Also looked at the storeage for it today and set a date of the 8th to begin.Yeah inside out of the weather storeage,so that is a good thing.
Dan-hope this quote clears things up.
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Old 10-29-2008, 08:42 PM   #237
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I am tired!! Eyes don't work that well after dark!! To bad you can't work on it during the winter. That means you will not work on it again till what April??
How is the other rebuild going with the new V-8? Anywhere close to done??
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The first thing next to be done is the woek on my vendor trailer at the fab shop.I thought as long as I am stuck here in Roch,I might well sell when I can at a public market.(the snack foods deal)I am going to swap meets/auctions in the month Nov in Ohio/NYS to try to pick up discounted parts for the V8/V8 swap for Ole Yellar.(The astro van)In terms of the RV "Baby",I will try to get the skylight/new vents cut in and the frame work/flashing done during the winter.It's important to have it staged for the roof resealing for the spring time.
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