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Old 01-29-2004, 10:30 PM   #15
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Can't figure out the photo album

I got the first one in - but is will only let me do one at a time -is it magic?

Then when I go back to tray and add more to my gallery - not

I'm too tired so here goes there is only 4 - and the powers to be can move them or delete them as soon as they walk me through the building of said album.

Remember folks this is exactly how it was shown - it is all original inside - so you can see why we were just really exciting about this one. How often can you say well we just started looking last week and this was the first one you liked and bought!

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Old 01-29-2004, 10:31 PM   #16
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Friday the 13th ? How 'bout Jason !!

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Old 01-29-2004, 10:33 PM   #17
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Lots of room to have the table out part way and still have a place to put up your legs.
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Old 01-29-2004, 10:33 PM   #18
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Here's a fun thread that's been quite for awhile...maybe something there will give you an idea ~

Trailer Names

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Old 01-29-2004, 10:34 PM   #19
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So you think she is pretty clean?????
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Old 01-29-2004, 10:36 PM   #20
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Streetside Galley

Wow a vintage galley that you could actually see yourself eating at - not like that recent moss baby on e-bay.
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Thumbs up Yep...it's COOL!

Try this for help in posting photos to your gallery ~ Photos 101

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Old 01-29-2004, 10:38 PM   #22
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Streetside Head

And a wee littl'en it is -but will do the trick!!!

Will convert to a "wetbath" and feel like we are on a boat. For those unsure - you get to shower while sitting on the toilet and brushing your teeth
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Old 01-29-2004, 11:13 PM   #23
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Talking Nice~!

Congrats~!~ very, very nice`!~

We're sitting out by the "Silvery Moon", enjoying our new A/S, dreaming of all the places she's been...When her new name struck like a thunderbolt~!~ for the first time..
Some where...in that, is my name suggestion...lmao

Enjoy your new found jewel~!!


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Old 01-30-2004, 02:17 AM   #24
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Your new '69 looks great! It has the same rock cover over the front window as my '77 (but mine has spider web cracking all over it, with yellow epoxy holding it together--previous owner's work!). It's in very nice condition from the photos. Good luck with choosing a name--kinda like naming a baby, huh? I wouldn't be much help with 1969 as I was only seven years old and don't remember Woodstock--although I do remember watching the moon landing on a 13" tv with rabbit ears at the neighbour's cabin while we were camping.

JACO--if you can believe it, the Mounties used to have a marketing agreement with Disney in the '90's, and the stereotyped images, logos, etc. are all now trademarked and licensed! I even have a copyright tattooed in my ear (I just feel that way most days at work!).

Good luck with naming the new A/S, GT--since you're from the UK originally, how about something that reminds you of the "old" country?

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Old 01-30-2004, 08:39 AM   #25
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Smile very nice

i noted a few missing parts.....refrigerator magnets.....maybe you can get some decor ideas...are they still televising "Cabin Country" up there?....i have a name for your coach...Haggis...
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Re: Too Funny

Quote:
Originally posted by GT6921
As far as being cool - we can't get any cooler up here at a mean average lately of -25 for southern Ontario - now that is COOL

Our house is called "Chattering Woods" - we live in a forest with over 7 different species of Squirrel - and hundreds of birds - so it is pretty noisy in here.
Are you sure you didn't name it after the noise your teeth make while you're outside?

Gorgeous trailer! You did well to jump on it as quickly as you did. You wouldn't have had a second chance on that one! Trailers in that condition get scooped immediately... as you well know now!

Best of luck, and keep everyone posted with the travellogue of your trip!

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Wink "aiy" ( Sounds like 'I' or spelled eye)

Well a bit of duct tape on that cupboard door might doooo....dle

Do you mean "Rainbow Country" or "Forest Rangers" never heard of Cabin Country"...we could pop into the back yard and get some gnawed poplar branches compliments of our local Beaver.

I noticed someone had oak spindles in their galley recently - GBP's (gnawed beaver pieces) would make for really neat deco art???

I sure hope you are refering to a "silvery sausage link" and to "I" as a "hagg"

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a gracious good morning to you! "Cabin Country"...(my how time flies) is an older series...those you spoke of are probably retreads...it was a show that featured decorated "outhooses" and nutty inventions by pensioners with too much time on their hands....if you catch my meaning....if you get my drift..
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