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Old 07-07-2015, 05:06 PM   #2703
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Just like I thought it would look. Comfort if you want to relax.
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Old 07-07-2015, 05:28 PM   #2704
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Great job Terry! Looks awesome.

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Old 07-07-2015, 06:20 PM   #2705
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That looks awesome!
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Terry,
As much as we have seen what you and Eleanor do, it still amazes me how you guys tie everything together and the job that you both do.
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Old 07-07-2015, 08:38 PM   #2707
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Good Evening, Just got in for the night, I now know my AC works great , I had it on all day, working inside was very nice. Thanks everyone, we stained and painted the trim around the headboard and the dressers, still a little more trimming to do in that area, hoping my waste tanks come tomorrow and I can start on that. Have a great night all.
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Old 07-08-2015, 12:59 AM   #2708
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Terry, looking very nice!! Ellenor did a fantastic job as usual!! Don't think you will have to worry about that bed falling apart!! Great Job!!
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Terry,
I love the headboard treatment. Sounds like the holding tanks are the last major project left, along with the trim work and finishing touches.
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Good Morning, Rail, Thanks . Frank, Thanks, Eleanor and I was talking about that last night as we were putting the finishing touches on the headboard, drawer area. The holding tanks, replacing the tub and bathroom sink and faucets the water system will be done . The other thing is the area in the front for the batteries and propane tank. And still alot of trimming, it seems that its forever . but it won't keep us from using it. Dodging rain today should clear up this morning.
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When you get the last of the big stuff done and both of you are only working on trimming , I'm sure it will go faster than you expected.
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Good Afternoon, Popeye, I'm sure that if that's all I'm doing is trim it'll go pretty quick. I didn't get alot done yet today, I was chasing a bargain, Craig's list struck again, I found a Wind Deflector for $175.00, it'll save me from building it. Got the mattress, and both waste tanks today also. Needless to say I'll be busy the next few days.
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Good Evening, Well I did get something done, I finished the bed and put the mattress on it. The mattress came tightly rolled and will expand to the size probley overnight. These are pics of before and immediately after. This mattress had very good reviews so we will see.
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Dang, next thing you know you will be sleeping in there!

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Dang, next thing you know you will be sleeping in there!

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Probably tomorrow night to see how it works. I would!!
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Dang, Terry, found a Taylor Wing for 175?? Good deal! Also, give that mattress time to fully expand, before you sleep on it! Had a buddy sleep on his in his Pete before it had fully expanded, ruined it! Didn't help he was a "big ol spud" Hahahaha! Looking good!
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