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Old 12-07-2015, 01:41 PM   #1975
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Tim,
That dresser looks good in there, nice job, also I like the front curtains.
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Old 12-07-2015, 02:44 PM   #1976
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2 new house batteries. trojan t105. $198 delivered to my door. time for a trip!
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Old 12-07-2015, 06:35 PM   #1977
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Gave mine it's semi-annual bath last week, Put hose away, and worked some on the Park Cable TV cable that went bad when I pulled the hose out .. Still not testing right (Bypass cable in place now) I'm wondering just how many splices Damon put in that lead (I tore a splice that logically should not have been needed .. and it looks like possibly a 2nd one that will be much harder to find)

I may re-route the bypass and make it THE cable. (in fact that is the long term plan)_
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Old 12-07-2015, 08:19 PM   #1978
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Tim,
That dresser looks good in there, nice job, also I like the front curtains.
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Thanks Frank,
I don't know if you remember the Paint Joe brought home to use in that area but I said Yuck and he came back with it was only 5 bucks for the gallon. I said I can see why its only 5 bucks. It actually turned out pretty nice we think.
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Old 12-11-2015, 08:41 AM   #1979
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Yes Tim, I remember you saying that, but it did turn out good, so that is all that matters.
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Old 12-13-2015, 09:35 PM   #1980
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Spent almost the whole day getting the interior straighten out, dresser is packed I can see my bed again!!!!! Closets packed. Tools put away.
Checked all the fluids, topped off if needed -0- Had a loose Power steering belt made the adjustment.
Cleaned up a 7 and 5 gal water container's to get us there, hoping so anyway, you know me and my coffee.
A good rain last night ( it is December isn't it?) rinsed the MH off.
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Old 12-14-2015, 05:08 PM   #1981
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Tim: When are you leaving?
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Old 12-14-2015, 05:58 PM   #1982
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...I may re-route the bypass and make it THE cable. (in fact that is the long term plan)_
Might as well do it now...
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Tim: When are you leaving?
Also where you going to plunk down?
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Hey Gordon, if it were up too me I would be going now...
I'm hoping no later than noon CST.
Take care and see ya in Yuma,
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Today was the first day way above 50 in a while so I put on most of a quart can of plas-t-coat to touch up the areas I didn't get when I put on the gallon can last month and ran out.
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Hey Gordon, if it were up too me I would be going now...
I'm hoping no later than noon CST.
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Will you be in Yuma next week?
Once we get un-snowbound here in northern California we are heading to Yuma. Maybe we coulod also meet up?
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Hey Possum, we are in Quartzsite, if you have time stop by I'll have the coffee on. Quail Run Resort right on 95.
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Nothing today but Monday was spent putting new front Brake pads and calipers on our 76 Travco. New starter bracket on her Onan generator on Tuesday and adjusting the rear drum brakes and Wednesday was spent putting a manual choke on the 440, putting a new cut off valve on the propane tank, resealing the rear window, installing a better rear view camera and working out a couple electrical gremlins. Dropped her off at an exhaust shop to get the new dual exhaust put on with series 70 flowmasters replacing the glasspacks. I will be picking it up this afternoon to get it loaded up for the next trip tomorrow.
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