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Old 05-30-2014, 05:28 AM   #1205
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Honda Generator Travel Case

WE picked up a couple of these to carry the Honda 2000I companions. Locking latches, stack nicely, room for oil and locking cables and such. Fit under the cover of the Truck bed and keeps the generators out of sight. Stack well in the shop.


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Old 05-30-2014, 07:58 AM   #1206
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Hi FCloud9 Love the color of your enamel cookware!
We are used to cooking with All Clad at home so that is what we have in the trailer but clearly it's heavier that what you bought. May need to rethink that-where did you get the enamel set?
I lined the surfaces of our cabinets with a cork liner bought at Target I think.
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Old 05-30-2014, 01:39 PM   #1207
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Glamping with MaryJane book . This has been a long running joke with our camping buds that we don't really go camping.
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Old 05-31-2014, 01:40 PM   #1208
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The Breathing Mobile Washer and the Spin Dryer from Laundry Alternative, Inc. The next time we arrive and set up in a rain storm (just two weeks ago, LOL), I'll be able to wash and dry our clothes right in our rig. Also, if a campground doesn't have laundry facilities (or I don't like the look of them) I can wash our clothes right in our trailer.
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Old 05-31-2014, 01:45 PM   #1209
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P.S. Our rig is now a shiny new 2013 Classic Limited. We couldn't resist a retirement splurge as we plan on living in her for about two years beginning very soon. We're so excited!

Our 2004 Classic has already gone on to a new home with new Streamers to enjoy her.
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Old 05-31-2014, 02:47 PM   #1210
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Did this last weekend. Poured a new concrete pad for under the tires, and installed a new service post with 30 amp electric and water. Also landscaped around our new sewer clean-outs, which are conveniently located in close proximity to where we park Little Girl.


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Old 05-31-2014, 06:25 PM   #1211
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Those are pretty! I love the colors!! I did cover the bottoms of my cupboards and drawers with a nonskid shelf liner. It seems to be working when we towed it to/from the storage lot.
Thanks Silverlabs, the aqua enamel ware is available at World Market.
We love our FC interior colors...golden alchemy, earthy browns & tans but wanted to personalize we some color, so most of our "start up gear" is blue & green.

So anxious to actually pick up our FC in 6 days! We just completed FC home base ( driveway extension) on our property. Spent Memorial Day weekend building a stone wall around base & today spread 6 tons of antique red tibble to complete the space dedicated to park our FC between adventures. What a ton on work but o glad we can keep our Airstream within sight! Anxious to move in and create our new living space.

Appreciate any tips for storing all the gear safely. Been looking at various products to cushion shelves & organizers to stack kitchen gear but need to get a better feel for all the closets & overhear storage. I did see some nice premium Grip Liner in taupe. Really curious if organizer shelf systems will fit. Will look at the cork too...found a very nice two tier kitchen turntable. Just somewhat concerned about "contents in overhead bins shifting during flight".
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Old 05-31-2014, 06:41 PM   #1212
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Minno,

See you were busy building an awesome home base for your Airstream. Wow 30 amp & sewer...we just need to add the electrical box...line was run under our home base for our little girl we're bring home next week! Here's some pics...so tired all I have energy left tonight is to surf on forum....what a great community.

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Very NICE! We are excited for you and your new baby
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Old 06-01-2014, 05:33 AM   #1214
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Minno and FC9: very nice landscaping jobs!
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Old 06-01-2014, 05:48 AM   #1215
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Old 06-01-2014, 09:48 AM   #1216
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Here are a few shots of the new 18 recessed LEDs, 15K Dometic HP and Fantastic fans (Vents) that we added just last month. LEDs are on a dimmer switch, and they work great. We also upgraded the inverter as well to ensure all the electric was good and wiring working at the appropriate locations.
We have used it already six nights and the heat signature (reduction) is amazing. We keep the HP on 78 degrees and the coach stays right there. At the beach last weekend, 89-91 outside, but inside 78 degrees, no humidity.
Well worth the time and money. The new Dometic 15K is a little louder, however with the many vet options it comes with, it keeps this 31 foot coach cool.
Arrived yesterday was a "compass rose" red knitted pillow to go with the Land yacht as well as a new sewer hose and complete connection from Camping World. After two years of the sewer connections being left out side exposed to the elements for months on end, time to switch them out.
Looking at a Sea-Land stove oven combo and new Refer for next years project, or upgrading to a new 2015. Haven't decided, but the 1972 is very comfortable now.

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Old 06-01-2014, 07:53 PM   #1217
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Here are a few shots of the new 18 recessed LEDs, 15K Dometic HP and Fantastic fans (Vents) that we added just last month. LEDs are on a dimmer switch, and they work great. We also upgraded the inverter as well to ensure all the electric was good and wiring working at the appropriate locations.
We have used it already six nights and the heat signature (reduction) is amazing. We keep the HP on 78 degrees and the coach stays right there. At the beach last weekend, 89-91 outside, but inside 78 degrees, no humidity.
Well worth the time and money. The new Dometic 15K is a little louder, however with the many vet options it comes with, it keeps this 31 foot coach cool.
Arrived yesterday was a "compass rose" red knitted pillow to go with the Land yacht as well as a new sewer hose and complete connection from Camping World. After two years of the sewer connections being left out side exposed to the elements for months on end, time to switch them out.
Looking at a Sea-Land stove oven combo and new Refer for next years project, or upgrading to a new 2015. Haven't decided, but the 1972 is very comfortable now.

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I like your lighting. Whats involved in the installation? Whats the hole size? Also, where did you get them and what model are they?
Thanks!
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Old 06-02-2014, 09:13 AM   #1218
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What great updates! I would also really like to know what is involved in the installation on the LED's...
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