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Old 06-28-2015, 05:33 AM   #2633
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Terry , Is that Walnut ? Looks nice , will go good with the walls and cabinet wood.
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Old 06-28-2015, 05:58 AM   #2634
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Bartender's cloth has holes all over in it so air flow wouldn't be a problem. It is like a rubberized mesh so it holds things from sliding or slipping. It's that cloth they put over towels around bars to keep the glasses on so the water goes through it down to the towels but keeps the lip of the glass out of the water when it drains off.


I use it inside the drawers because it keeps the contents from sliding around while driving down the road. It is in cupboards so dishes don't slide around and clink. It can be cut to fit, take out and washed, and reinstalled. Can take it out of fridge when camped and put back in to travel.


Get it at Walmart, Meijer's, Dollar Stores. Try one roll and you will buy more. Lynne
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Old 06-28-2015, 06:46 AM   #2635
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Looking really nice Terry & Eleanor! Enjoying the pictures of your progress! Have a great day everyone!
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Old 06-28-2015, 07:52 AM   #2636
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Terry,
Looking better and better, and yeah, without the holding tanks yet, I think that you are going to miss the July 4th deadline. But that was just a target date anyways, so I wouldn't feel too bad about that. You just have to keep plugging away
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Dang Terry. It's almost ready to move in.
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Good Morning, Raining here since yesterday afternoon, weather man says not going to stop until tonight, and throw in some wind and I can't put up my shelters, so alot of my work involves a saw or gluing not sure what I'll get done. Ron, no problem, someone reading might need the info, always good to throw it out there. Popeye, its a synthetic (read vinyl) made to look like walnut, its the same as the main cabins floor, easy to clean. Lynne, I know what your talking about now, yup I've been using something like it. Bob, thanks! Frank, we are pluggin , Jay not yet read on! Eleanor has added , others have said that I could do something with the nose area with the center post, I have been instructed that we could, so we will . I am going to redo the nose area so that the head of the bed will go into the nose that will add approx. 18" of room at the foot of the bed. Pics will of course follow. That darned internet showed some very nice pics of some 5th wheels with a nose similar to ours. Everyone have a great day.
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Terry, now you'll have to wire for reading lights over the bed.
Sorry what I started!!
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Good Morning, Ed, that's been mentioned. Now if it would stop raining so I could uncover the saws and get to work!
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No rain here today 70* and partly cloudy but it rained plenty yesterday.
The BoatHouse shut down early so I got yesterday off.
Today was a lot of bailing for 3 hours And a nice 3 hours more this afternoon raking the small beach. Of course I had to stop and go inside several times to answer questions and sell WOIMS !!

It probably wasn't raining UNDER the rig Terry ,maybe it would have been a good time to bolt up those holding tanks.....

You're gettin' there bud, I'd like to suggest that when you DO wrap this up a video tour might be nice ????
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Good Evening, Popeye, It's supposed to rain here for the next couple of days, hope it goes out to sea and not up the coast to you, I plan on putting together a video of the TH when its finally done, if I can figure out this new stuff, I still have a camcorder that takes a full size VHS cartridge. I spent most of today trimming out inside in between rain showers, have to go to Home Depot tomorrow for more supplies to redo the nose area and build the bed frame. Have a great night all.
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Video or not it would be so cool to aggregate all the pics in one post so we could see beginning to end. Looks pretty good so far!
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Went through your town the other day pulling the 5er, thought I should have called. But I was on my way somewhere with a deadline. Some day I'll get up to visit.
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Good Morning, Ed, anytime your coming thru give a holler and I'll meet for coffee, I'm around most of the time. I need to go to my friendly Home Depot to get my supplies, (2X4s, drawer slides, ect.) then start in on the interior reconstruction of the nose.
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Rebuild

Good Evening, Well got some more parts today, started on the pull out pantry, since it rained most of the day, and it would be a whole lot easier to work outside cutting material. here's a few pics of the pantry, first is the door. then I installed the back of the pantry box, that's where I have left off. Its supposed to rain again tomorrow and then clear up so I hopefully can get something done. Have a great night all.
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Looks great!!! Won't be long now...
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