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Old 04-06-2014, 04:41 AM   #981
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A new Honda 2000i generator, pretty excited about it. One more step towards hitting the road......

You will be happy with it. They are so quiet you have to see it vibrating or feel it to know that the engine is running.
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Old 04-06-2014, 05:23 AM   #982
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Old 04-06-2014, 06:36 AM   #983
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sekebil - How, pray tell, do you knit flamingoes? Is there a pattern for that?
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Old 04-06-2014, 06:57 AM   #984
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I posted a pattern for a knit flamingo on the forum a while back. Found it at marymaxim.com, or do a search through my posts.

Got a PM from a lady who'd tried the pattern and liked it. Will try it myself when I have time.
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Old 04-06-2014, 07:22 AM   #985
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Well I did buy two very important things yesterday for the AS. A water valve for the toilet that frozed over the winter and a new water filter. Now tell me that is not exciting and glamorous.
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Old 04-06-2014, 07:23 AM   #986
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your chairs are great did you install them yourself or have some one do it
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Old 04-06-2014, 10:27 AM   #987
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The best product on the market is from a company called National Luna. It is a South African manufacturer. They got their start by providing the refrigerated boxes that transport medicine to third world countries. It was out of my budget, but very nice.


Paul sold me a National Luna fridge during my ADV days; they work really well and draw very little power. But man are they pricey. I would have gone with the option you chose if they were available then. The Luna also makes for a great bar fridge, so getting my money's worth!
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Old 04-06-2014, 10:33 AM   #988
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With in the last week we have started putting things together for our restoration... the list is long, but exciting! We acquired the entire interior of a 91 excella that we will be using the frig, stove, microwave, gaucho, dinette and retro fitting some of the cabinets in. We ordered and received sealants, weather stripping and other items necessary to do all of the windows, screens and entrance panels. 18 yards of ultra leather to recover gaucho and dinette, 21 yds of outdoor fabric to make new awnings, bought curtain panels from ikea to make new curtains for the airstream. I bought a new set of dishes, placemats, and some plastic food storage containers. I ordered 2 new maxxfans yesterday. Tonight I got some paint samples to see if I'm going to like my original interior paint idea. That's not mentioning any tools.... man!
Wow! Start a new thread and show us your progress! We love pictures.

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Old 04-06-2014, 11:25 AM   #990
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your chairs are great did you install them yourself or have some one do it

Thanks, the chairs were bought from Lambright Aluminum in Shipshewana, IN. I installed them, also built the new cabinets on either side of them and behind them, the console between them as well.
This is the 4th AS that I remodeled similar to this. This time, I decided to upholster the new storage compartments with Ultra Leather, instead of matching the red oak, or hickory cabinets...
The chairs are very comfortable...


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Well I did buy two very important things yesterday for the AS. A water valve for the toilet that frozed over the winter and a new water filter. Now tell me that is not exciting and glamorous.
I see your water valve and filter and raise you an external grey water tank and new slinky hose! Ah, the glamorous life of RVers.
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If that was a black tank that would have been pretty stinky raising me like that
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Old 04-07-2014, 11:47 AM   #993
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Filtered water and indoor an indoor toilet are extremely glamperish...
I got a new parking space. It was monsoon season here yesterday and I had standing water in the back. I thought I would get stuck, so I parked it in the driveway in front of the house.
The only thing that kept me from parking in the driveway sooner was some low hanging tree limbs. The tree man came last Thursday.
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I got a groovy cool lamp, a painters pole and 2 flags. Nothing spectacular.
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