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Old 09-07-2012, 10:45 PM   #15
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Lynn n Bobbie, sorry but I'm not in the habit of shooting pics of 'things' in/around our campsite, BUT I do have this one which shows the potty outside n under cover/stelth mode? in towards the back side of the wheel. This cover is made of 'hot tub cover' vinyl (r/v beige with dark green piping). The covers for the tupperware container and the ice-chest are made the same way EXCEPT there is a layer of silver foiled bubble wrap under the cover(s).
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Old 09-07-2012, 10:49 PM   #16
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...an while I'm atter, heres a pic of the slight alteration I made to the sides of our closet to get the porta potty to slide in an out easier....
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Old 09-07-2012, 10:54 PM   #17
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and furthermore, a shot of the shelving system we added to the cupboard. This system is fully adjustable, with the lower rack (in this instance), going to be used to hold the porta-potty. The area under this shelf will/does hold toilet paper. sanitizer, as well as other 'potty' related items....
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Old 09-07-2012, 11:02 PM   #18
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While I'm in the 'show off mode', here's one more (we ALL love to look at pictures, don't we??? LOL). This one shows our (awning mounted) 12V oscilating/misting fan an our (fairly compact) 'Boler Stroller' at the front of the trailer plus other 'junk' we have been know to haul around with us. Not all of which goes into the box of the pickup we somtimes use to tow the Trillium to events with.... Most often we tow the trailer with our Hot-Rod...
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Old 09-07-2012, 11:05 PM   #19
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and FINALLY, this is how we look coming to camp.... just ask Sue and Henry, LOL!!!!
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Old 09-08-2012, 03:22 PM   #20
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Thanks for the picture. I now have a better idea of what you were talking about and I do beleave I can do something,at least somewhat, like that for next summer to cover the ice chest.

love the car ...use to have a 1938 Buick Elictra that we worked on as a hobby car was almost fiished with it when we sold it to do collage tuation fees. DD is now a teacher & other one is diet manger at a school so it all went for 3 very good causes
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Old 09-08-2012, 06:59 PM   #21
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That must be an awfully robust sliding shelf!
Looks like double track of a heavy duty sliders on each side mounted to metal. I only have singles that look like that on my lateral filing cabinets.
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Old 09-08-2012, 07:03 PM   #22
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Doug,
Thanks for the many idea's. Love your step / storage box, did you make it?
Is that a shademaker awning?
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I think each slide is the Kwikee heavy-duty slide 350lb
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Old 09-08-2012, 10:22 PM   #24
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Thanks for the many idea's. Love your step / storage box, did you make it?
Is that a shademaker awning?
Roy, that awning is the one we conversed about earlier "Carefree from Colorado" which now has a puncture holes at each upper corner and now covered by/with white duc tape which does not seem to be fairing all that well.

The polished aluminum step which does double duty when inverted (now becomes a storage box for our stabilizers and assorted stuff). It has carying handles cut into oposite sides. ....and to answer your question about the box, it was built at a local 'steel shop' which is no longer in business.

I now feel the need to go re-measure the height of our 'potty' an see if it'll fit under the rear bed (dinette). Seems like a much better storage spot with easier/faster access!
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in our 13' BigFoot, we put a Domenic 5 gallon unit under the front sofa/bed by cutting the opening bigger. fortunately, the door covers where I enlarged the opening. I reinforced the seating area above the cut out.
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potti potta in a trillium 1300

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I Like this one
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Is it possible to see more pictures of that installation (potti potta)
and tell us how it's done ??
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I don't remember where it was But google image search should bring it right up.
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Old 09-12-2012, 11:25 AM   #28
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and FINALLY, this is how we look coming to camp.... just ask Sue and Henry, LOL!!!!
It is true. They look pretty wonderful set up at their campsite! Every passer-by slowed to admire the trillium and the snazzy auto. Really nice!
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