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Old 08-11-2011, 09:13 PM   #741
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Hey Rex,
I agree with Top, l like the front with the saw cuts and the towel rack on the right.
Dropped the Skill saw on your toes? Thats gotta hurt!
In the Bambi I put hinges on the false front, helps to get at the sink plumbing.
Karen and I are getting a little tired of the heat and humidity here in the Great White North, we just booked a campsite at Custer State Park for the Great Bison Roundup in September. It will be just like Rawhide! Join us?
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Looks good Rex! I prefer number four. On the false door, I think the first looks better. You could also cut a square in it with a router.
Hey TOP....Thanks for the advice. That is the one that I like also. That is also the one that JW Wood wanted $120 for... But, The Bunny is in LA, until next wednesday, so I think I will wait until she gets home before I order.

I looked at 1,000's of pics on the web today, trying to find a design idea for the false drawer. Didn't really see anything that I thought would look good.

I wish my Brother still had his sign shop... he used to make hand carved wood signs and doors. It would be cool to have the Airstream logo hand carved into the drawer face. Or maybe the logo of "The guy towing the airstream trailer with his bicycle".
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Old 08-11-2011, 09:49 PM   #743
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Rex really coming along great. One thought though if you hang the towel rack on the false door every time you open and close the doors below the towel will get trapped behind the door. It will soon become a PITA to have to keep moving the towel all the time. Is there another spot for the rack?
Mr. Wasaga...long time, nice to hear from you. I was thinking the same thing, but The Bunny was asking for a towel rack in that location. And the doors under the sink don't seem to be opened much, once we "Set-up". There is another location on the Panel to the right of the sink. Something to think about before I start drilling holes in the wood.....
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Hey Rex,
I agree with Top, l like the front with the saw cuts and the towel rack on the right.
Dropped the Skill saw on your toes? Thats gotta hurt!
In the Bambi I put hinges on the false front, helps to get at the sink plumbing.
Karen and I are getting a little tired of the heat and humidity here in the Great White North, we just booked a campsite at Custer State Park for the Great Bison Roundup in September. It will be just like Rawhide! Join us?
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Hey Tim...dropped it right on my toe, but didn't break the skin.

Wow! That would be great to go to Custer State Park, but I have a couple of local camping trips planned for Sept. Someday, The Bunny and I will go on a "Big" road trip in Rita.

Today, Rowdy Yates, (Clint Eastwood), almost lost his cook...to a girl! Hard to get anything done in Rita, with the new TV antena hooked up!
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Hey Rex,
Why did Rowdy Yates buy a weiner dog?
Somebody told him to get a loooong little dooggie!
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I am laughing out loud right now. We recently sold a boat to a guy whose name was Rowdy Yates (really a nickname) . Rex, what movie was that so I can make the connection?

Sorry about your toe - bet it's bruised today - Jim does that sometimes, he has 'man-work' scars ...

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I am laughing out loud right now. We recently sold a boat to a guy whose name was Rowdy Yates (really a nickname) . Rex, what movie was that so I can make the connection?

Sorry about your toe - bet it's bruised today - Jim does that sometimes, he has 'man-work' scars ...

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Hey Wendy... it's from the old TV show called Rawhide. I think Tim and I are around the same age, so it's something we both watched on the tube when we were kids.

Anyway, we have a "antena only" tv channel here in Shasta Lake that is called "ME TV", and in the afternoons, they show Rawhide, with Clint Eastwood as Rowdy Yates.

Today, I think I am going to go up to Railroad Park & Castle Crags state park on a motorcycle ride... I want to hike to the top of castle dome today. It's been over 35 years... but seems like it was yesterday when Buffalo Bob & I, last hiked to the top of the Dome.

Tomorrow Porno Bob, Captain Kirk, Fangtooth John, and I are going on a bike ride to Westwood... I want to get a pic of Paul Bunyan & Babe with our bikes in the foreground. On the way back, I hope to drive thru Lassen Park, entering from the south entrance, and exiting out the north end, (completing a 140 mile loop).

But, we may go north thru Weed to Calahan, then south to Trinity Center/Trinity Lake, then back to Redding....stay tuned! Both runs are beautiful areas of Nothern California, with lots of campgrounds and RV parks.

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Hey Mr Rex,

I like the saw cut drawer front too but think that if you made them a little wider and inlaid them with aluminum strips it would be extra cool.

Other ideas....you could put the Airstream logo plate from VTS in the middle of your panel. The one with the 50's lettering is cool! If you removed your original plates and replaced it would be a great place to put the old ones too!

Or if the size works (7.25 by 25.25 inches)you could use the David Winick screen door insert "Home sweet home" centered on your panel. Of course you'd have to move the towel rack!

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Hey Mr Rex,

I like the saw cut drawer front too but think that if you made them a little wider and inlaid them with aluminum strips it would be extra cool.

Other ideas....you could put the Airstream logo plate from VTS in the middle of your panel. The one with the 50's lettering is cool! If you removed your original plates and replaced it would be a great place to put the old ones too!

Or if the size works (7.25 by 25.25 inches)you could use the David Winick screen door insert "Home sweet home" centered on your panel. Of course you'd have to move the towel rack!

Have fun this weekend
Hey Ms. Reiner....nice to hear from you again! I like your ideas, but I think that I will "sit on it" unitl THe Bunny gets back from LA...(Weds).

Today, I went for a day hike to Castle Craigs State Park. Here's some pics. I have to go to my parent for dinner, right now, so I will give the full "411" later.

PS...this is one of the state parks that our new/old govenor, (Jerry Brown), is planning to close down. That would be the campground section only, Castle Craigs "proper" is in the Shasta Trinity National Forest, so one could still hike the Craigs. More information on the closure later.
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Here's more pics of my hike to Castle Crags, and one photo of a typical campsite in the campground. As I was saying...the campground is slated to be closed next year. Not sure what they are going to do about access to the trailhead to the Crags.

The campground was built in the 60's? And it has that "old school" look, with mostly tent sites,(no hook-ups or power). Max size for RV/trailers is 27', and I didn't see very many "large" sites, when I rode thru the campground.

The 1 mile road... leading from the campground to the trailhead does not allow RV's, so if you're in a motorhome without a tow vehicle, you're going to have a long walk to the trailhead, (I would hitch a ride myself).

Just like our Interstate Freeway system in California, the Castle Crags trail system is in need of some maintenance. The brush is starting to close in on the trail along the last 1/4 mile to the "Dome Proper", and many snags need to be fell, before they fall on a visitor, or accross the trail.

Castle Crags is a national Treasure...and should be treated that way. I knew that I was walking through a very special place when I was there.

The lower 2/3's of the trail is a mixed conifer forest, with some black oaks, and big leaf mable. Once you get on the trail, you can smell the Port Orford Cedars, (Which gives you a glue, that you're walking though one of the most diverse Conifer Forests in California, with 27+ conifers, growing between the Cascade, Sierra, and the Costal Mountain ranges)...can you say convergents!

Old fire scars on the Doug Firs, Cedars, and Pondrose Pines gives you even more glues.. on how this forest was shaped into what you see today. There are signs of many low intensity wildfires & control burns from the past, (last 500 years). Most of the fire activity was caused by lightning, and/or Native Amercans, burning the understory to improve the acorn production.

The top 1/3 of the trail show "signs" of more "high intensity" wildfire in the past. Large Ponderose Pines are the dominant vegetation left on the landscape, with patches of young White Fir, Cedar, and manzanita covering the understory. Add to that, many large dead and down logs mixed within the understory. This part of the Forest is in it's "Final stage of Succession", showcasing 500 year old Ponderosa Pines....priceless!

If you have a "Bucket List", you need to put Castle Crags on it, before they close this incredible place...PS write your State Rep and ask them to save Castle Crags from the cut list!!!!!

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Yesterday, Bob, Kirk, and I went on a 230 mile "Ride-about" on our Harley's...stopped at 8 different points of interest, over a 12 hour period, (9:00 am to 9:00 pm).

First stop was Railroad park, just 45 minutes north my house on I-5. Railroad Park offers to the public, fine dinning, motel rooms built from railroad cars, and an RV Parks is just a short bike ride away up the road. Here's there web site....
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After refueling in Weed CA, and grabbing a Subway sandwich, to go. We stopped at Kangaroo lake campground for lunch.... In the 90's Kangaroo lake was unkown to the public, and didn't get much use, today the campground is full every weekend. A local couple said, (folks with the fish), that once school starts, there are many open campsites available on weekends.

This is one of the only High Elevation alpine lakes, in California, that has full sevice handicap facilities, with a concrete walkway, that starts at the parking lot, and goes to many of the campsites, day use area. And ends at the waters edge, with swimming access for the handicapped. The other thing that struck me...I have never seen so many campers, with so many water dogs... like labs, and Queenland heelers.

A great place to enjoy lunch....

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After leaving Kangaroo Lake, we proceeded west of Hwy 3 to the Gold Mining town of Calihan, est 1854. There, we had a beer at the old Emporium tavern... we met the new owners, who are doing a really nice job of restoring the Old Emporium building. The new owner also stated, some other person or group, is restoring the old Hotel accross the street from the Emporium. I was really glad that someone was saving the old hotel. Last time I saw it, the front porch was falling down, and looked unsafe to enter.

You may have read Louis L'amour story about the Cowboy who races the streamboat from SF to Portland...Lousi describes the Calihan area as one of the locations that the cowboy buys a replacement horse... in his quest to beat the bad guys to the bank in Portland.

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After, cooling off with a cold beer in Calihan, we went south on Hwy 3 up and over Scott Mountain, and dropped down to Trinity Lake. There we stopped at two of the overlooks, one the northend and the other on the south end of the lake.

Once we left Hwy 3 we headed south on Rush Creek road, which takes you past Trinity Dam to Lewiston Lake. The last photo shows the permanent trailer community accross the street of the Lewiston Marina.

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The next stop is known for some of the best scenic views in Shasta County...Lewiston Lake, Copper's Gulch Campground. Only 6 campsite's here, so one should come during the middle of the week to get one of the better sites. (USFS campground)

Photos were taken at the day use area... next to the best site in the campground.

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Our next stop was at the Old Lewiston Hotel...another 1860's restore, with fine dinning, rooms, and a bar. There are a couple of RV parks within walking distance, and the Moose lodge is just accoss the Trinity river bridge, with RV hookups. Lots of opportunity to Kayak down the Trinity river from this location.

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Once we left the Lewiston Hotel, it was 7:00 pm...we were all feeling beat down, and ready for that one last stop at RC's steakhouse, two blocks from my place.

Captain Kirk decided to go home from there, so P. Bob, and I had dinner... we had time to re-cap our ride-about, and to appreciate how blessed we are to live in such a beautiful place...

If you have any questions about camping/RV'ing in Shasta, Sisikyou, or Trinity counties, please feel free to post or send me a PM. I may have been there... sometime, over the last 40 years!

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Looks like a nice ride, Rex. Northern California looks very beautiful. Great posts.
Thanks TOP....hope you're doing fine, and someday, after you reitire from the Army, you must come out west, and GO RV'ing! Here in God's country.
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