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Old 01-03-2016, 08:37 AM   #4215
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Good Morning, Frank, Thanks! Mon and Tues is going to be tough, single digit temps, but then supposed to warm to the 30's again. We run two salamanders in the shop because the overhead door is open. so its not too bad.
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Old 01-03-2016, 02:32 PM   #4216
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i have aches and pains from my grand kids visiting two weeks. Wore me out but it was so nice. Now I have heart ache. They left yesterday. 19 hours back to CT
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Good Afternoon, Tim, I know what you mean, kids do have energy , its sure is tough when family lives so far away. Spent the day today making templates for the rear sides, I also cut the 12' length of 14 gauge metal for the sides, just propped it up to see what it will look like, of course need to cut all the doors out, after I figure where they go. the rear is just old luan I had to make a template, the small rectangle hole is where the ladder is going for the steps, (its a pull out set). The red devise is a sheet metal break I made 13 years ago, had to pull it out of a storage shed and bring it over to bend the tail section. The front of the lower metal section will have a rounded piece to match the corner of the box.
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Terry,
As usual you have made it even better looking than I had imagined. and I knew it would be good.
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Frank, Thanks!, I have some plans (in my head) for the step that I have on the rear. I want to build a cover that would double as an extension to the deck and make it flat for when I don't have the TH in tow. So many things you can do only limited by how much you want to spend, (and time))
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Good Morning, 8* this morning, not sure what I can get done today , may have to take a couple days off and wait for it to warm a little.
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Hi Terry! It looks great. I like it.

Yes, 8 is too cold,, sounds like warmer weather is coming. Take a break. This is going to be really nice when done.

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PS, how is the snow supposed to melt at 8 degrees? Sheesh!
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Good Afternoon, Lloyd thanks, well my "high" of 8* has lowered itself to 6* I'm not getting much done .
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Terry - now is the time to catch up on some naps and generally relax. Raining here so going to spend a bit more time on the forum and then read a book.
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Gordon, I'm not that patient when there's stuff to be done. ran across this................. my feelings exactly
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My sentiments exactly.

I am not patient either, especially when taking the car in for service or warranty work. But I know it has to be done so I wait and try not to let it bother me.
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It's looking really good! Sure is gonna be pretty slick when it's all done. I was browsing craigslist and saw this and it reminded me to come and check in on your build.
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Good Evening, Gordon, I can be extremely patient, ....sometimes. smcox1, Thanks, that's kinda what I'm shooting for , do they have more pics ? I get all kinda ideas from different rigs, what area Craigs list?
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Westslope Craigslist of Colorado. They have a couple more exterior pics and a few interior pics as well. Here's the link
https://westslope.craigslist.org/rvd/5380966811.html
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