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Old 06-09-2003, 04:12 PM   #1
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Well here we are......finally

Our return trip to Minnesota was a trip from hell....with one bright spot. Lost the engine :o in our Ford Ranger pulling up a long grade eat of Payson, Az (mile marker 282 on the Mogollon rim). Happened Saturday afternoon on May 17th. We got back Friday evening June 6th. A story in itself.

Got towed back to the Ford dealer at Payson and needed a tow to a campground....the dealer called the "Payson Campground" in Payson and one of the camper/workers came in his private vehicle and towed us to the campground.
http://members.aol.com/paysoncamp/

Out standing hospitality !!! a clean, convenient and friendly place to stay. :lol

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It took two and half weeks of jumping through hoops to get the extended warranty company to replace the engine.

Happy to be back !! :wave

The new home made screen door was a godsend allowing the cat and us some ventilation (no air conditioning) and Donna has several plans for reorganinzing the interior of our Egg....but that comes later.
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Old 06-15-2003, 08:11 PM   #2
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Please give us some information on the homemade screen door. It looks great. How did you make it?
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Wow, Noel, sounds like you really had a time of it. But, like you said, you had a nice place to stay. That's great.

Glad you made it home safely!
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Anita:

The idea came from several sites; two are listed below, the other I can't find at the moment as most of the info is on my computer back in Az. Because each trailer may be slightly differn't it's a good idea to make a template or pattern before cutting the wood. If I can find some pictures I will post them...or take some new ones.
A search on this site should also give you some ideas' ; use last years archives to start.

http://members.shaw.ca/bolerama/scampscreendoor.html

http://www.geocities.com/bolerama/screendoor.html


Suz:

Thanks for the welcome back
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