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Old 07-16-2007, 04:32 PM   #1
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Just some very little things we have done to please ourselves.
First phot is where we installed 1st aid gear and portable table.

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2nd photo is off Tea/coffee/sugar/creame rack.Also T towel rack and paper towel rake.

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3rd photo is where tv is now

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and fourth photo is where tv will be when i do next mod of installing a bathroom sink.

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Just above tv i installed a mirrow.
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Old 07-16-2007, 04:47 PM   #2
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Future things to do will be to install bathroom sink/outside light.The water pump is only hooked up to toilet and not the sink.Don't ask me why but this will also be changed.I will be having a very light weight rack made to hold Honda 1000 gen set and small gas can.I am also looking for a small lcd tv and dvd player.That will be when it becomes affordable.Also looking for external TV antena.
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Old 07-16-2007, 04:50 PM   #3
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I am also looking for a small lcd tv and dvd player.
They're much easier to find when you search under the term "laptop". You should get more hits using that.

The ones they make now can even retrieve and store photos/videos off your camera, store/play music, and, depending on where you are, can even check your email and be used to make phone calls.

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Old 07-16-2007, 05:52 PM   #4
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$149 Target sells a 7" flipdown rotating under cabinet flat screen TV w/DVD&CD player
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They're much easier to find when you search under the term "laptop". You should get more hits using that.

The ones they make now can even retrieve and store photos/videos off your camera, store/play music, and, depending on where you are, can even check your email and be used to make phone calls.

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Old 07-16-2007, 06:08 PM   #5
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$149 Target sells a 7" flipdown rotating under cabinet flat screen TV w/DVD&CD player
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They're much easier to find when you search under the term "laptop"...
I usually put in this same suggestion... if you have a portable computer, use it.

I have noticed that the portable DVD players with really tiny screens have become stupidly cheap. If there isn't a laptop around the house already, and the tiny screen is acceptable, it's hard to beat the economics of a US$78 or Cdn$99 solution!
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I was shopping around for a small LCD TV w/ built in DVD for my office (so that when I'm working in the middle of the night it can keep me company, don't ask...) The best deals I saw out there were at Costco and Zellers.

I like your coffee shelf, looks like the containers were just made to fit in there
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Also looking for external TV antenna.
I am [b]VERY impressed with my WINEGARD "Hideaway" antenna.

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I am [b]VERY impressed with my WINEGARD "Hideaway" antenna.

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It's simple to deploy, gives a sharp clear picture and good sound, and easy to stow.
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I was going to ask you how you liked that antena,as i just looked at one today.I didn't buy it yet as i wanted to check with you.Thanks for your imput.
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I was shopping around for a small LCD TV w/ built in DVD for my office (so that when I'm working in the middle of the night it can keep me company, don't ask...) The best deals I saw out there were at Costco and Zellers.

I like your coffee shelf, looks like the containers were just made to fit in there
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Ive tried the lap top route with only rabbit ears and get a very poor picture but will wait till i get external ant.Rabbit ears worked good on TV .Nice Picture.
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Very nice work Chester. I love the bright light colour on that interior.
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Looks like you and Marie are adapting nicely to your new Trill!
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Old 07-18-2007, 09:28 AM   #14
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We are trying to adapt to the Trill.It is different than our old 17ft Boler Suz.Yes Scott we like inside brightness.I can't beleive i did this but i even waxed the inside gel coat.
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