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Old 11-06-2011, 03:00 PM   #1
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New floor, new fiberglass and new curtains!

Hello everyone! Winter is upon-and slows the camping down in our lives! Here are a few photos of repairs and upgrades we have completed so far! My husband made the table out of cedar-all new subfloor and tiles (instead of the nasty burgundy carpet), and I made the curtains!!
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Hello everyone! Winter is upon-and slows the camping down in our lives! Here are a few photos of repairs and upgrades we have completed so far! My husband made the table out of cedar-all new subfloor and tiles (instead of the nasty burgundy carpet), and I made the curtains!!
Very nice.

Is that a "de-luxe" Scamp? I'm familiar with the wooden cabinetry on the 13' but never seen it in a 16'. Looks very nice.

Also, is that a standard A/C install? Or one you did yourselves? Either way I (and perhaps others) would be very interested in seeing any photos showing the venting etc.
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Nice. Love the look of the table. Gotta get my wife busy on curtains (drapes?) for our Egg Camper. Neither of us cares for the blinds.
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Old 11-06-2011, 06:33 PM   #5
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Donna! Yes we are ! And making real good progress! My husband did his first time ever-working with fiberglass, and did a great job-we replaced the subfloor, clear to the frame-he had to seal the fiberglass to the floor. He also laid the tiles and made the beautiful table-he also made an extension, when we want to really "sprawl" out!
It was a "first" for me making my own curtains-found the material online, and fell in love with it! Next is new cushions (foam and all)-and new upholstery..then new rims and tires...the final big task will be a nice coat of paint for the exterior, and we will NOT be tackling that ourselves!
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Also, is that a standard A/C install? Or one you did yourselves?
That looks to me that a refrigerator (4 or 5 cu.ft.) was removed from that cabinet and the air conditioner was mounted in front of the lower vent for the fridge.
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Frederick-the original frig was replaced with a dorm size-we installed the a/c unit under the frig. It vents out the existing side vent, plus we have added a 9 inch fan at the top/back of the frig-a/c unit area to assist in venting. Works great so far-my husband built a tin "drain" for the condensation from the A/C.
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