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Old 12-16-2005, 12:19 PM   #15
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Oh, Congratulations, you two! And thanks for the pictures!

The sink set up is different than I've seen before. Is the high faucet the one with cold and the faucet with the glass-type handle the one with hot? Did you order it special that way?

So where is your first trip going to be? Are you spending the night in it tonight? How fun, how fun, how fun!

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Old 12-16-2005, 12:24 PM   #16
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Oh, Congratulations, you two! And thanks for the pictures!

The sink set up is different than I've seen before. Is the high faucet the one with cold and the faucet with the glass-type handle the one with hot? Did you order it special that way?

So where is your first trip going to be? Are you spending the night in it tonight? How fun, how fun, how fun!

Nancy

The high faucet is has a hand pump for use with the water tank. The one with glass-type(plastic) handle is city water faucet.

We haven't figured out where the trip is and when. Nope, not spending the night in it yet. We'll take it someplace for that.
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Old 12-16-2005, 05:51 PM   #17
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Congratulatons! I'll bet it has that new egg smell!?!
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Congrats! Say, does one christen a new egg by bursting a carton of eggnog on the tongue?

Enjoy!!!
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Old 12-16-2005, 10:01 PM   #19
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Nope, not spending the night in it yet. We'll take it someplace for that.
You don't fool us. You dissapeared really fast yesterday and never came back. You were at least TRYING the bed, weren't ya?
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Old 12-16-2005, 11:03 PM   #20
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You don't fool us. You dissapeared really fast yesterday and never came back. You were at least TRYING the bed, weren't ya?
I must confess, I filled the propane tank, checked the stove and furnance. When it arrived all the curtains, curtain rods, dinette cushions, table top, gravel shield, spare tire, spare tire cover were all in the dinette area and wrapped up. Took a bit of time to unwrap and put they belonged. Spare tire is still in plastic sitting the garage. We set the table in place for use as a table. Haven't tried to make it a bed yet.

I'll at least make down into a bed before I take it anyplace.

This week is very very busy for me. Lots of Christmas presents to get finished. My grandkids know there's a Santa Claus and know what he looks like.
And they all spent time in Santa's workshop.

I'll post pictures of Santa Byron's creations in another thread later.
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Old 12-19-2005, 03:37 PM   #21
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I must confess, I filled the propane tank, checked the stove and furnance. When it arrived all the curtains, curtain rods, dinette cushions, table top, gravel shield, spare tire, spare tire cover were all in the dinette area and wrapped up.
I wonder if they are normally delivered that way? Ours came fully assembled with the propane tank full.

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I thought you looked rather like Santa! Congratulations on the new egg! Ironically, the next Pine Mountain freeze-out has been moved to summer, I hear.
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I wonder if they are normally delivered that way? Ours came fully assembled with the propane tank full.
They indicated that they can't haul with a full propane tank. I had to unpack a lot stuff. I still haven't put the spare tire on.

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I thought you looked rather like Santa! Congratulations on the new egg! Ironically, the next Pine Mountain freeze-out has been moved to summer, I hear.
The last I talked to Mark he was planning on June 24th. Last June we froze. This year I'll fill the propane tank on the way over.
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