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Old 07-05-2015, 06:32 PM   #2689
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Terry,


I really don't think you are too far off from being done. I know sometimes the little finishes take a bit of time, but I think you two are close. It is amazing how far you have come on this when you go back and look at page 1.


People will find this thread and go all the way through it even after it is done. It definitely will be viewed for years to come. Nice job, look forward to the finished product but probably not as much as you two.


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Good Evening, Gordon, LOL, Thanks for the offer! Sorry for the teaser but Eleanor says I have to finish trimming it before I can reveal the whole thing. Lynne, That's so true about the little things taking sooo much time, we both worked on the headboard area all day, and I mean from 6:30 am till now, its 8:40 pm, with a couple of breaks. We thank you for the kind words, I hope maybe if it can inspire someone to take on a project and bring a bunch of memories, that would be great. Have a great night all.
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Terry,
That looks really good, tell Eleanor what a great job that she is doing, much better than anything that you can buy.
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Good Morning, Frank, Thanks!,will pass the kudos on. Still working up in the bedroom, so much to do........... keeps me getting up in the am.
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as always.
THAT"S gonna be one rugged bed !
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Good Evening, Popeye, Many years ago DW and I had our first truck camper, now mind you it wasn't in the best of shape, (it was a freebee), but we would take it and sleep at the race tracks that we raced at, one night, (it was very late) the first thing the air mattress went flat, then the whole bed collapsed, it was the kind that the table went down into a bed. We didn't get any sleep that night, sooo I have to make a very solid bed. Still working in the bedroom, built in the drawer sections on each side of the bed, covered the tops with the same laminate we used on the kitchen counters. The one on the left (is really the right one) needs to be stained and both have to be trimmed yet.
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Lookin good, I agree a stout bed is needed.

Given the tradition here seems to be to gently add to your list of "To Do's",

Don't forget a outlet for a clock radio and phone charging!

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There may be a lot left to do, but you have done more already than what is left to do, so you are making great strides. Now maybe set your goal to be using it, say like the 1st of August. That is a realistic goal. The side dressers look great and I agree with Lloyd in S.C. on outlet for clock radio and/or portable electronics charging.
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Good Morning, Lloyd, Frank yup we have an outlet on each side of the bed. Thanks for thinking you never know when I do forget that's whats so great about the forum.
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Terry, I can't tell from the picture, is that outlet by the bed the kind with USB ports? As usual, your TH is looking great.

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It is sorta a strip tease going on here............... he keeps showing little tiny views of the bedroom, a bit there, a bit here, a sentance or 2, it is killing me!
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Hi Guys, Ron, Its not the type with the USB, I thought about it but there are so many adapters now that just plug in. Lloyd, here's some more. Still have some more trimming and staining to do.
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It is going to be really comfortable on those days when you just want to lay in bed for a bit more, enjoying the morning and having a coffee.
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Good Afternoon, Gordon, I don't want to make it too comfortable, we won't want to get up . Been working on it still today, it is taking ALOT of time to do all the little trimming and building things in, still have more staining and trimming to do. The mattress should be here tomorrow so need to gett'er done. Got some parts today for the waste tanks install, now need the tanks.
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