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Old 06-04-2015, 08:26 PM   #2423
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Beautiful work tell Eleanor she would be great for that rv makeover show!!!!...lol....but seriously the TH is coming along great looks wonderful....good job!!!
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Old 06-04-2015, 08:27 PM   #2424
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loooooking great,,,,,just had a chance to jump on for a minute and do a quick check to see how all are doing,,,,,loooks great...


will catch ya,all latter....
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Old 06-04-2015, 08:48 PM   #2425
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Terry,
Tell Eleanor that she is doing a great job, All I have for a backsplash is a brushed sheet of stainless behind and beside of the stove, yours looks like it belongs in a Prevost.
Solar panels came out good, you won't have much problem keeping your batteries charged now.
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Will that be the last luan to go in ?
wow !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Solar panels on , finishing up the kitchen , working full tilt on the bedroom. Pretty soon there will only be the small stuff to finish up.
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Good Morning All, Thanks for the kudos all, Eleanor got her training from her dad, he bought houses and went thru them and rented them out and as the oldest child she helped. Popeye, yep after the ceiling is in the wall goes up separating the bedroom and the bath, a closet also goes there. Well gotta run going to the store. Have a great day all.
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I really like the glass tile backsplash Eleanor is installing. It is making me start to think about replacing the tile in our S&B. There are so many styles and colors to pick it is going to be difficult to choose what to install. If we do replace it I will make an executive decision and get Janet to choose!

Wont be long until the unit will be functional and ready for the "REVEAL". Hoping for pictures but they will only tell part of the story. Seeing the whole thing in real will be special as we will see it in 3D. Looking forward to the 'Reveal' photos and perhaps a video tour of the finished TH.
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Gordon, you read my mind, I thought when its all done that I would post a video walk around. Just got back from the home improvement stores, more supplies , Eleanor and I will be VERY busy next couple of days.
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An old union master electrician I used to work with used to tell me "You're killing the job!" when I was getting too much done !

So I'm gonna say "Keep going and kill that job". It must feel great to be this close to the finish line....bet you're both feeling excited!
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Terry and Eleanor, your combined talents continue to amaze me! Very nice job and I too look forward to the "reveal" of your finished project.

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Good Afternoon, Popeye, its starting to show what its going to end up like, maybe we can use it this year yet . David, Thanks! Started to rain here so had to pack up outside, will move inside after my "break".
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Terry,
You have to use it this year, we are already set up to meet somewhere along Lake Erie, so you need to get on the stick. HAHA, just kidding of course, but I would be surprised if you aren't ready to use it by the 4th of July, might not be finished, but useable.
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Good Evening, Frank, We are hoping . Eleanor, finished the backsplash by the sink/stove didn't get a pic, but she moved to the corner cabinet by the door and finished that one too, I still need to replace the counter top on that one. I built the stairs to the bedroom, there is storage under them, Eleanor has to cover them with carpet. Then I moved to the garage, I started installing the cabinets, I need to finish painting the detail on the door fronts, that was todays projects.
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WOW , you two are amazing.
Is there any reason you won't be finished by July , not in my mind!
Love the Harley colors on those cabinets , I'm assuming decals will be added as well?
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I am with Popeye. Especially on the amazing part.

Decals would look good on the doors. GL1800 perhaps???? LOL!!!
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