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Old 04-01-2013, 01:34 PM   #85
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4/1/2013 Awning, Battery Cutoff Switch, Breakaway System and Rear View Camera

After some time off to redo the flooring in the Sticks House we got back to the PUP. DW finished sewing the awning yesterday and while it was up I picked up a few things left undone.
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Great pictures! Every detail of the project seems perfect. The awning is very nice. I particularly like the rock shield, wheel covers, that exterior blue color, and the colors and patterns inside. Are ya'll are ready to roll?? Doggies get to go too?
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Old 04-01-2013, 08:52 PM   #87
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Thank you so much for your postings. I have thoroughly enjoyed every posting. You are both amazingly talented and I am impressed with your aim for perfection. Job well done! Enjoy your pup!
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Great pictures! Every detail of the project seems perfect. The awning is very nice. I particularly like the rock shield, wheel covers, that exterior blue color, and the colors and patterns inside. Are ya'll are ready to roll?? Doggies get to go too?
Thanks, were pretty pleased with the results.

I'm just waiting for a couple shackles to attach the safety chains and then it's FISHING TIME
The dogs always go; they provide a good excuse to take a hike. When the rivers are low like they have been for the last couple years, we all get a good splash. Mostly here in New Mexico there aren't enough people during the week to stop us from letting them off leash for a nice run in the river.
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Here they are checking out the Pecos.
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Wow! Very impressive project. I thoroughly enjoyed reading about your adventure. Now we need to see some camping pictures . I'm curious about the camper history. Was this one you had for some time or did you get it just to do the project? Again, very impressive job.
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Wow! Very impressive project. I thoroughly enjoyed reading about your adventure. Now we need to see some camping pictures . I'm curious about the camper history. Was this one you had for some time or did you get it just to do the project? Again, very impressive job.
We went looking for a project last fall. This one was found on Craig’s List and we bought it from a young girl in a town about 100 miles north of Albuquerque. She had owned it for several years and I believe she was the second owner. It has spent all its life in New Mexico which is probably why there was very little water damage over the thirty five years.

We also own an "A" Class, but it's a bit much for just the dog and me to take on a short fishing trip. The PUP is a lot more like camping like when I was a kid.

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