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Old 04-28-2014, 02:25 PM   #15
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Just a few pics, sorry a little messy, hard to make the bed in there. Still some more to do. Install undermount radio. We had a great weekend in it!
Wow! You folks sleeping sideways, or just threw the pillows over there to throw me off?!?

Gee, yours came with a guitar? I need to talk to someone in charge!

Sure looks like you folks are having fun. We're off for our first trip Saturday May 17, heading south to NC, can't wait. Just got a new plate for 006 today!

Where are you mounting the radio Gretchen? Better yet, shoot some pics when you're done.

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Old 04-28-2014, 02:48 PM   #16
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It's a beauty! . Congrats.
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Old 04-28-2014, 04:34 PM   #17
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Are we sleeping sideways?? Felt fine to us. But, now that you mention it....

Am thinking radio near the tv so we can hear it outside without turning it up TOO loud.

The guitar was one of the options, didn't you see it? ;-)
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Old 04-28-2014, 04:36 PM   #18
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only thing about a shelf there, it will be in the way of the lower space under it which is great for clothes. hmmmmm....can 't decide just yet
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Old 04-28-2014, 06:54 PM   #19
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Looks wonderful, so bright and cozy.
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Old 04-28-2014, 07:02 PM   #20
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If it's not already taken, you might want to get KERMIT on your personalized license plate for your new home.
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Old 04-28-2014, 07:10 PM   #21
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Are we sleeping sideways?? Felt fine to us. But, now that you mention it....

Am thinking radio near the tv so we can hear it outside without turning it up TOO loud.

The guitar was one of the options, didn't you see it? ;-)
I just noticed the TV Gretchen, not being much of a TV person. Gail noticed it though, she likes TV. I'm not interested in a radio, being an inveterate iPod user, but do find radios useful sometimes. Are you looking at a 12V auto radio or 110V unit?

We both like the mirror, it looks great and balances very nicely. Mirrors make small places look bigger.

We were told when we bought #006 used that it had most all the options. Nobody mentioned guitars! Actually it's my 2 youngest sons who love to play. We keep an acoustic here just for when they visit.

Keep us posted on projects!

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I Love the pom poms on the window shades….
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Old 04-29-2014, 07:13 AM   #23
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Looks Great! I like the idea of changing the knobs... now I need to start looking for new ones lol
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Fern is lovely! The green knobs and fridge really give her a retro look.
Hope you didn't get the storms that had us hunkered down in our basement last night. Fern's cousin Esio had to sit outside in the driveway. Round two tonight.
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Fern is lovely! The green knobs and fridge really give her a retro look.
Hope you didn't get the storms that had us hunkered down in our basement last night. Fern's cousin Esio had to sit outside in the driveway. Round two tonight.
Boy oh boy, good luck all you folks with eggs in the path of these violent storms. If nothing else, if it's a bad hail storm, eggs will survive outside where lesser trailers will not! All we have for cover is a Calmark Sunbrella cover. Maybe I should give some thought to a carport again...

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Thanks, Frank!
I wish we had covered storage, too. We just have the ADCO cover from CW. Not much we can do to protect against against tornadoes around here, but maybe from hail. I've seen cars totalled by softball-sized hail, so we slid a 4'x8' sheet of styrofoam insulation onto the roof of the ParkLiner, under the cover, hoping to blunt the impact. You're right, though, I think fiberglass is better to begin with.
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That sheet of insulation is a great idea Tammie! Best of luck with this stupid weather!

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Old 04-29-2014, 11:31 AM   #28
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... Hope you didn't get the storms that had us hunkered down in our basement last night. ...
Tammie, Just curious where about you live in Alabama. We live in the "suburbs" of Notasulga (out in the sticks of north Macon County) and spent 2:30-3:30 a.m. this morning in our underground storm shelter with our three dogs while the storm passed over us. Our egg was anchored down using chains in a shed with tin roofing but open sides. Luckily no tornado or hail with all that high wind and rain - and no damage to us, the dogs or our egg. We'll see what round #2 brings tonight. It won't be long before we transition from tornado season to hurricane season! Ya gotta love living in the South! Stay safe.... Dale
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