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Old 03-13-2014, 08:50 PM   #151
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Went out and turned the oil radiator back off (turned it on last night just as a precaution, temp was 36 last night).

DH has gotta install two sets of OC's awning support poles and install the BR television before April 4th....we're OFF and RUNNIN'! ...several days booked at Lake Claiborne park beginning on that date.

SPRING has SPRUNG! No more freezing temps predicted for us!

DH's golfin' klatch may soon be wonderin' if an APB is warranted. (he plays every Saturday and Sunday mornin' with 'em)

We're gonna be on the road on the weekends for a while!

And yeah, there's a golf course close enough to Claiborne that he can sneak off a mornin' or two to play, while I sleep in. We got back in to RVing with that in mind....bucket list things....NASCAR races we want to go to, and golf courses he wants to play. Myrtle Beach is on that list.
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Old 03-13-2014, 08:54 PM   #152
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Went out and turned the oil radiator back off (turned it on last night just as a precaution, temp was 36 last night).

DH has gotta install two sets of OC's awning support poles and install the BR television before April 4th....we're OFF and RUNNIN'! ...several days booked at Lake Claiborne park beginning on that date.

SPRING has SPRUNG! No more freezing temps predicted for us!

DH's golfin' klatch may soon be wonderin' if an APB is warranted. (he plays every Saturday and Sunday mornin' with 'em)

We're gonna be on the road on the weekends for a while!

And yeah, there's a golf course close enough to Claiborne that he can sneak off a mornin' or two to play, while I sleep in. We got back in to RVing with that in mind....bucket list things....NASCAR races we want to go to, and golf courses he wants to play. Myrtle Beach is on that list.
Thought you were going to make him polish the poles before he installed them.
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Old 03-13-2014, 09:01 PM   #153
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Ordered led replacement lights for both interior and exterior sockets.
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Old 03-13-2014, 09:16 PM   #154
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Picked up 16' of red oak 1"x2" to make molding to cover where we cut the carpet out while we were in FL. Also picked up items to add another outlet under window to plug in computer & printer.
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Old 03-13-2014, 09:28 PM   #155
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Put in a dehumidifier and started restocking paper goods and non perishables.
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Old 03-13-2014, 09:48 PM   #156
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I took a picture of it, single digit temperatures kept me in the house...

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Hey...what's all that white stuff?

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Well I will be pulling Woodstock out of storage this weekend to:

Install hard start cap in A/C

Double check the BBQ mount off the rear bumper I made

Install weapon safe (for when in California!)

Adjust WDH just a tad

Wash and wax before it gets hot outside.

Pack for next weekend trip

Yep- I'm tired just typing that all out!
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Old 03-14-2014, 09:08 AM   #158
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went to storage area to start shoveling snow in hopes that the lower ice level would melt and allow me to pull it to the house. Banks of snow near the road were 4-5 feet high and went back from the road 15 feet to a level of three feet under the nose cone.
A friend of mine comes by with his JVC with a big bucket on the front, what would have taken me many hours and lots of sore muscles took about fifteen minutes.
Next week tow it to the house to pack for a trip south and hopefully some warmer temps
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Old 03-14-2014, 09:08 AM   #159
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Cleaned a bird nest out from under the slide awning.

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As they say down south, "fixin'" to take the youroo's modified electric stab jacks out from in front of the axle and make pipe support braces for the legs.
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