It's been a while since my last post, thought I would open up once again for comments, suggestions, or questions.
last summer was all about getting everything "fixed" and usable. It went well and I was able to use it at our hunting club, all winter was was very comfortable.
This summer, the focus has been on the exterior. I read everything I could about polishing before I started, and on those hot days, when I could barely see to polish, and the sweat was rolling off, one particular comment kept running through my head. " Polishing is not for everybody" If I had it to do again, I would probably still do it, but I certainly underestimated the commitment involved. I still need to get the new exterior lights back on, the awning replaced and some paint on the bumpers, but this finish should at least last until im am ready for another round of Nuvite. I have also obtained a new Suburban furnace, and will soon cut fashion and rivet a new cover for where the old furnace was.
Next spring I plan to remove the interior, scrub and paint the walls and put down some new flooring, and finish up the last little bit of woodwork, and I will keep the diary going.
Tim has certainly set the bar pretty high, and his Safari has been a big inspiration for me to forge ahead. He really has an amazing camper.
You can the carnage, and progress here....
Happy Streaming !! -