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Old 10-18-2010, 11:05 PM   #127
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Carol, Very nice. We only have a 22/23' so your rig looks so much larger.
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Old 10-18-2010, 11:50 PM   #128
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Thanks. This particular floor plan without having a permanent dinette gives more floor space and walk room as does the twin bed configuration and the open side to side bathroom. But it has a boxier and extruded look rather than the perfect proportions of your 22/23'. But I think for our purposes it will serve us well.

Try a cocktail meatball. Can I fill that glass...
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Old 10-19-2010, 12:05 AM   #129
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Hi, Lee Lee made some new curtain doublers for our living room. I call them doublers because they go over the factory curtains.
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Old 10-19-2010, 05:58 AM   #130
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Lots of great pictures here, hopefully soon we can add ours. The bubble rap interior just on the 54 just photograph very good :-)
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Old 10-19-2010, 08:06 AM   #131
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The newest pictures on front pageof forum are our 2005 re-do. We did new cream marine grade material , fabric , high -density foam , new curtains and valances. New shelving in cabinets.
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Old 10-19-2010, 09:42 AM   #132
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Bob you and Lee have done a great job on your Airstream. I like the new fabrics and window treatments and am still in awe of your front credenza and shelving with two lounge living room.

Tinman we will be anxious to see your work when its ready.

Njoy I am going to post your redo pics here in case they move off the front page. I love the new look. Thanks for posting.
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Old 10-20-2010, 08:24 AM   #133
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fantastic pictures!!
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Old 10-20-2010, 09:29 AM   #134
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We're almost done!
Previous life was as a promo for cosmetics. It's been fun!
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Here's ours....we're keeping ours very much original early 70's:
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Old 10-21-2010, 01:08 PM   #136
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Wheel Interested,

I saw the picture you had mounted on your wall in your trailer. How did you get it hooked up without putting a hole in the wall. I have a small painting I want to mount on my bedroom wall and am afraid to put a screw in since the shower is on the other side of the wall.

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We're almost done!
Previous life was as a promo for cosmetics. It's been fun!
Love your color scheme! And your sofa; our original gaucho was replaced by a PO at some point with a bench style seat that folds up to make an eating bar. It's nicely done but doesn't suit us. We're trying to figure out how to replace it with something more comfortable.
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Old 10-21-2010, 02:52 PM   #138
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Hi Carol, I use the 3M Command fasteners. I find them at Wal-Mart. The picture hanging strips come in sets, one for the wall and one for the back of the picture and they lock together like velcro. To remove them you merely pull the tab to stretch the adhesive backing and it releases from the wall. They have an entire line of various fasteners for hanging anything from keys to utensils or even robe hooks. Command

3M Command, the mounting solution that holds on strongly, comes off cleanly! 3M's patented stretch release technology offers strong holding power and damage-free removal. The innovation - forget about nails, screws, tacks or messy adhesives that damage your walls. Revolutionary Command Adhesive works great on painted surfaces, wood, tile and more. Comes off cleanly leaving no holes, marks, sticky residue or stains.

Holds on strongly. No nail holes. Comes off cleanly. Each set holds 1 lb. Contains 4 sets of small interlocking fasteners.

For hanging on the fuzzy walls, I use the grippy part of plain self stick velcro on the back of the picture and it holds onto the fuzzy walls very well.
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Perfect, thanks so much. Wish I had seen that before I poked a hole in one wall putting up my smoke detector...

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I have an insatiable appetite for interior photos of Airstreams. Got some? People, family or just a glimpse of your Airstream cluttered or decked out.

May we take a peek at your Airstream? I know you have some pictures. Share them with us.

Feel free to offer refreshments.
I hope you like the inside of our Airstream. I recently started a blog that has pictures of me cooking on it as well as accessories for our Airstream that we find to be very helpful. Http://www.just5moreminutes.com
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