Magnets that is...
So, floor repair is taking a little longer than anticipated due to a slight change in bonding material. Mr. 2yax opted to go completely epoxy and the materials just arrived last week.
In the meanwhile, progress on the hatches going in both curb and streetside began with the idea of how to do the templating. And, given where we decided to located them, the Mister is also having to raise and reroute the interior water and electric lines above the hatch flanges.
On the street side both exterior water and electric inputs will be moved closer to the front of Li'l Scamp
and placed one on top of the other with water on the bottom and electric on the top.
Curbside exterior 110 receptacle will be moved under the sink cabinetry at a slightly higher level than now to allow easier access when the tables are put in place for our outside kitchen under the awning
(I don't care for cooking inside my campers if I don't have to.)
Rare earth magnets left over from a Christmas project were just perfect for marking the basic boundaries for each hatch and for holding the template in place to determine the best location. And, since they bond to each other so tightly they can be moved in tandem to the final spot before cutting. (Mr. 2yax is such a creative thinker).
Now...if I get these uploaded right, you should see the pix in order of marking the basic curbside cutting area, the template in place and then a snap of the streetside with the template in place.