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Old 12-28-2014, 06:15 PM   #785
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Good Evening, Lynne, it did for sure, I don't feel like I'm in a cave anymore, DW is going to paint the walls and then use a sponge back over for texture then use a satin clear to finish, the test panels look good. I'm waiting for her to do the garage area then I can hang the cornishes. HH, it was bound to come to an end sometime , .
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Old 12-28-2014, 07:05 PM   #786
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Terry, it looks good with windows, looks like a RV now instead of a cargo trailer. I thought I saw the valves in the pic of the HW tank and I did see the bypass hose, I'm not sure about the check valve in the hot water line. Mine has a remote winterize valve, so it might be so when the RV antifreeze is fed that it doesn't back feed into the HW tank. I was just giving you something to check before you went too far to easily change.
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Terry, starting to see the light and now don't have to go to the end of the tunnel !
That aluminum wont do a thing to those carbide bits. (I used them a LOT to build kitchens.)

No , I'm not going to drive and rebuild at the same time ....
More like get a bunch of supplies together and THEN open the Spinach can.

I can't believe I'm saying this but I'm kinda hoping for some rain so I can see IF I got all my leaks???
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Good Morning All, Tim, Thanks, I just would like the unusally warm weather to last, but it's allready gone , cold this am. Frank, thanks for keeping an eye on things, I need it! I said the same thing about not looking like a cargo van , Popeye, it's nice to have some natural light for a change!, with every window it'll only get better. The flush cut bit looks like new, throws sharp aluminum filings so good protection is important. Do you get alot of rain in the winter in Maine? The winter here is just been crazy, cold early, then alot of snow for Thanksgiving, and we had golf courses open on the day after Christmas , I not sure whats next.
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wow buddy you lost your bilboard,,,lol////looks great..
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Good Evening, Bap, there goes the outdoor movies I could have shown on the sides . I started to install the diamond plate trim in the garage area, its kinda hard to see, its so shiny it reflects the floor.
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Terry,


You can just do a smaller screen when you do movies!
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man that is shiny,,,looks great

you could bounce ur movies off those and show it in 3D...lol..
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Hey Lynne, Maybe off the rear ramp door, Bap, I haven't even polished them yet! when I first took a pic you couldn't even see them, all you can see is the floor reflection, it makes the inside look wider . It should make any lights work better.
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Looks great! Terry! Just don't be fooled by the extra square footage when you ride in for the first time!! The TH is taking shape!! Rail!
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Morning, Rail, that would not even be nice, , I'll have to have traffic cones . Even with the cold we are getting right now I think I can install another window today.
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Not sure if I asked this yet but being a caddie buff, never heard of a Cornfield caddie before.
I've heard of a barn find, is it along those lines?
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yes it does make it look wider,didnt think of that last night,,,


ive always taken the term cornfield caddie as one being found sitting in a field and being restored,,,or my old tracktor...lol
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