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Old 10-30-2006, 12:33 AM   #1
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Aluminum Spirits

With Halloween rapidly approaching and most of us will be expecting all manor of creatures to arrive at our doors for treats. I was wondering how many of you as you welcome the Supermans and Batmans, Headless Horsemen, Ghouls and Ghosts are thinking of the unexplained and mysterious ghosts lurking in your Airstreams. Now I know some of you can't explain why a window that you closed last night is open in the morning; a dry sink is suddenly full......and maybe a suspected spirit of a deceased previous owner that will not leave the bathroom. Will you be brave enough to reveal to your Forum brothers and sisters YOUR aluminum spirits?

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When I wake up in the morning I often find torn up candy wrappers lying around and all of my chocolate gone! That is just downright inhuman, the horror of it!
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When I wake up in the morning I often find torn up candy wrappers lying around and all of my chocolate gone! That is just downright inhuman, the horror of it!
My aluminum spirits are unacceptably lazy. Each morning I check to see if more work was done overnight from where I left it, and each morning I get disappointed. I guess it will be up to me to finish my new SS frame and complete the total restoration by Spring 2007. I am all bummed out over my Aluminum Spirits, refusing to help. Thanks, "Boatdoc"

You think leaving some chocolate behind might help?
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I guess spirits do not find aluminum haunting friendly. I hope the day after Halloween finds my AS with full tires and egg-less skin.

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