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Old 02-14-2018, 12:51 PM   #73809
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Our new to us Coach......

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Old 02-14-2018, 12:52 PM   #73810
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Go to the advanced reply, not quick reply. Add your text then scroll down to "manage attachments" and click on "choose file". After you select the file and it uploads then close that window. You can then send your post.
Many thanks Barb - took a bit but I found the way....only hope I can remember it next time!
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Old 02-14-2018, 12:56 PM   #73811
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Mighty nice, congratulations!
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Old 02-14-2018, 01:16 PM   #73813
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New to us coach

Marcie posted the inside here is the outside.
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Question for those that don't have a gas oven.... Do you bake in the microwave/convection oven, and if so, how do you like it? We have always had an oven so this will be new to me. Also, do you cook a roast in the micro/convection? If not I see a new stove in our very near future.
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Old 02-14-2018, 01:46 PM   #73817
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Nice! That's similar to my floorplan (although I took stuff out for birdies)...
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Question for those that don't have a gas oven.... Do you bake in the microwave/convection oven, and if so, how do you like it? We have always had an oven so this will be new to me. Also, do you cook a roast in the micro/convection? If not I see a new stove in our very near future.
When we got or MH Mary's list of Must Haves included a oven. We also have the convection microwave that she only used as a microwave for the longest. Once someone showed her how to use the convection part that's all she uses now. In fact if you open the gas oven you will find a cardboard box filled with can goods.

She bakes i.e. Brownies, cornbread, grill chicken, rolls etc. In the convection mode you can use metal pans. As far as roasts she uses a crock pot.

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Question for those that don't have a gas oven.... Do you bake in the microwave/convection oven, and if so, how do you like it? We have always had an oven so this will be new to me. Also, do you cook a roast in the micro/convection? If not I see a new stove in our very near future.


Marcie.....
Dont gave an oven, dont really miss it... i do bake in micro/convection with no problem....
As for Roast, get an Instant Pot..... look for knock off, i just ordered a second one for less than $50, even at home that is how I always cooked a roast, pressure cooker.....
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I think he blew the bundle on the chicken coop!! Whadaya think!!


Naw..... he is wanting that new truck.....
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Deloverly, Marcie! May she carry you many marvellous, pleasant miles! Nice floorplan.
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Nice! That's similar to my floorplan (although I took stuff out for birdies)...
Aside to Carl ...

The couple who parked next to us last night carried a macaw in from their car. It rode quietly on the woman's wrist. Beautiful bird -- red breast, blue back. A while later, they both went back to the car and hauled out a bloody great cage w/another macaw inside, or maybe 2; I couldn't see well in the dusk. Wow!

Martin thought I should go take pics for you. (Naw, you know what a macaw looks like.) It was an interesting show for us.

Another 20 min. or so, she went back again, pulled out another cage w/yet another. This one was gold-fronted and blue-backed, I think.

If any of those is anything like Mac, they'll be having noisy times! We heard not a peep next door, however. 🙉🙊😴
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