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Old 07-08-2013, 04:44 PM   #10391
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Wassup Phondies,
3 straight days oph rain on our camping trip this past weekend. Awoke the third day to phind the carpet on the lepht side of the main slide was sopping wet. No apparent moisture to the walls or ceiling, phigure it must be run-ophph getting up underneath and wetting the phloor boards where they meet the slide wall. Hopephully it's just a caulking issue.
Also phound a leak in one of the glued pipe joints beneath the kitchen sink. Jury-rigged that with some tephlon tape. We'll see iph any cabinet water damage sets in.
Scheduled a service appointment at my dealership, I think the tech could tell I was PO'ed, was very apologetic. This is the second trip back to the dealership in as many months phor phixing things that a little better QC at the phactory could've prevented.
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Hey Doc! At first I thought it was a good thing you had rain, since you banged up your foot....but dang the luck! I hope they can fix your camper! We had hard rains a few weeks ago and found water seeping from the seams inside the ceiling of the slide! It even dripped out of the little light fixture on the slide! Luckily we found a small hole in the ceiling and caulking fixed it right up. Thank goodness no harm done! If we hand been there to see it, we may still have the leak going on!

Hope you are getting better!
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Old 07-08-2013, 04:48 PM   #10392
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Oh my word it is hot outside today! The concrete guys poured the foundation for the pole barn, and it was drying before we could put a handprint in it! They will be back tomorrow to pour the 20x50 slab that will be in front of the garage doors. At least I have another chance to sign it! Ha!
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Oh my word it is hot outside today! The concrete guys poured the foundation for the pole barn, and it was drying before we could put a handprint in it! They will be back tomorrow to pour the 20x50 slab that will be in front of the garage doors. At least I have another chance to sign it! Ha!
Its all coming together!
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Old 07-08-2013, 04:53 PM   #10394
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Its all coming together!
Yes!!! I can't believe that we will finally have that thing built in just a couple more weeks! Then....onto building the house! I can't wait to sit in my screened in, wrap around, porch!!
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Yes!!! I can't believe that we will finally have that thing built in just a couple more weeks! Then....onto building the house! I can't wait to sit in my screened in, wrap around, porch!!
We have a 3 seasons screened in porch on our house.
To bad we can only use it in the spring and fall as it gets way to hot in the summer to be in there. "southern exposure".
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Yes!!! I can't believe that we will finally have that thing built in just a couple more weeks! Then....onto building the house! I can't wait to sit in my screened in, wrap around, porch!!
Good for you Chicky and Kenny, just call back down to the Ozarks and make sure old Murph is still chained to the dock. You don't need that SOB around for the next few weeks/months. Don't forget to put FT Turbs and OC's initials in the slab along side of RVChick.
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Ok, I think I saw something about "golf clubs" in an earlier post. I'm thinking we could get a "Goshen Scramble" going. I'm sure there is a golf course nearby! Who's interested?
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Ok, I think I saw something about "golf clubs" in an earlier post. I'm thinking we could get a "Goshen Scramble" going. I'm sure there is a golf course nearby! Who's interested?
I'll drive the cart!
Of the many things turbs does golf isn't one of them
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If you can swing a club, you can play in a scramble!
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I'll drive the cart!
Of the many things turbs does golf isn't one of them
They will have to leave the cooler locked and wake the driver up when they want to go to the next hole or tee. I hope the cart has a substantial roll cage and 5 point seat belts.
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