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Old 08-04-2010, 01:31 PM   #15
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Here's the tire covers I made (reversible--and of course used denim!)
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Old 08-04-2010, 01:32 PM   #16
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Of course, I'm scared to death I"ll take up the old floor and find wood rot or something-----------------------[/QUOTE]


Well if you do it is probably for the best and should be taken care of sooner than later and floor repair isnt as scary as it seems.
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And the ever popular Fantastic Fan!
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Here's the Swiss Gear Screen room I ordered in the winter. Also got 3 wind/privacy panels for it.
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I know you're right, Scott. Out of sight, out of mind (till I find myself sitting on the ground!

I gotta go make a denim rag rug---that would be sooooo fun!
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I know you're right, Scott. Out of sight, out of mind (till I find myself sitting on the ground!

I gotta go make a denim rag rug---that would be sooooo fun!

Yeah my wife has a loom and makes them out of scraps and enjoys it.
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And here is my answer to: leaving bed made in back, where to eat???

"TV" trays! Since that's where we eat all the time at home, decided to use the same idea for the camper (when we have to eat inside, etc.)

After much researching, decided on these "Table Totes". They are small, collapsible, telescoping legs (can go from bedside table to regular height!), portable, and lightweight. They are actually a traveling computer table.
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See how little it is?? (That's Skippy in the back ground)
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From carpet to wood rot!

That`s what we found when the carpet was removed-so Casita is now getting a new floor and new tile. Just went with a simple design-will add a rug for more color. Supposed to get our Tante Marie back this weekend. It will sit in the driveway for awhile so I can work on the inside. The grandkids will be glad-they like to play in it. We will store it at our daughters house since we can`t store it at our house. Our kids bought us a new cover for it-my birthday gift-so it will be covered and stored under shade trees. Hope they don`t have sap to share!!

Am now looking at decals for the sides-not sure what to go with -anyone have any ideas?
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Great ideas Robin and Scott! Would love to see pics, Robin. Where did you get the coffee labels---print them???

Of course, I'm scared to death I"ll take up the old floor and find wood rot or something-----------------------
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Hang in there Mrs. C---soon you'll get to do the "FUN" stuff!

Just got finished making the doggie fence bigger so Skippy and Elli have more room to play!
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We have a dog fence from a pet store, but it doesn't make a very big space (but it is very expensive.) I got a box of grid storage cubes at Target for $16 and expanded the size. With zip ties and binder clips, the possibilities are endless! (I use this method to make my guinea pig condo.)

I used just one layer of grid for where the fence would go in front of the camper and camper door, then expanded it to 2 grids high as it moves out from the camper and attached it to the dog fence.

It all folds up very nicely and is much lighter than buying a second dog fence to expand the circumference.

Note: the dogs are on the WRONG SIDE of the fence!!!
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Vickie, I didn't use coffee labels. I was just suggesting it since you went with a coffee theme.

That is what I would do, print them. Look for old style or labels that match your color scheme on a fun paper. I will take a pic tomorrow and post it for you!
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Vickie, I didn't use coffee labels. I was just suggesting it since you went with a coffee theme.

That is what I would do, print them. Look for old style or labels that match your color scheme on a fun paper. I will take a pic tomorrow and post it for you!
Try here or some other site online the sell coffe labels or poster as well.
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Thanks, Robin---can't wait to see the pictures.

Scott, those are great labels. So could I buy a vintage label and make prints, or is that a no-no?
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