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Old 08-16-2013, 08:10 PM   #12521
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I would never do anything like that, or......ah.....have never!!! Lol !
My boys 17-15, are on the verge of such shenanigans !
Oh RB are you in for some good times....course you know that part....Ha!! I have two girls that are a little over two years apart......uuuggghh.....no wonder I love it out in the country!!
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Old 08-16-2013, 08:12 PM   #12522
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You just bring that little girl to NC and leave her and then come back in a couple of years and see just how spoiled a little girl can get. She is a sweetheart and I'd make her a lot of dollar bling.
I love my dollar bling!! She is a sweetheart! It will be fun to see how she has grown if we see them next year in Goshen!
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Old 08-16-2013, 08:25 PM   #12523
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After lifting lawn chairs out of the basement umpteen times in the last 3 wks, I am seriously thinking of a pull out platform on garage door track and rollers to store them on. Sure be easier than bending over inside the basement and lifting the heavy rockers in and out.

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Old 08-16-2013, 08:43 PM   #12524
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Wow those look awesome!! I am with you grayfox! I just bought a new camping bag rocking chair, thanks to OC! He made these tracks that the rungs of the rocker sit in, and you can rock as smooth as butta on any surface! (Thank you OC for mine!)!! Anyways, those things are awkward to load and unload! I would love a smooth tray to just slide out and access to whatever you need! No bending, and pulling, and shoving.....nice link! I will save that one!
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Old 08-16-2013, 08:45 PM   #12525
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Nice, but so pricey. GD tracks & rollers are more in my price range.
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I would never do anything like that, or......ah.....have never!!! Lol !
My boys 17-15, are on the verge of such shenanigans !
RB did I tell you that I have daughters 16 & 17 that will have friends here tomorrow? lol
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Nice, but so pricey. GD tracks & rollers are more in my price range.
I agree pricey... nice stuff tho. With your know how I'm sure you'll come up with a quality slide tray. Can't wait to see it.
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Old 08-16-2013, 08:56 PM   #12528
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Phordes is out....

Huh how convenient it was that rolling buckeye couldn't "make" it to goshen at the last minute. ...
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Wow those look awesome!! I am with you grayfox! I just bought a new camping bag rocking chair, thanks to OC! He made these tracks that the rungs of the rocker sit in, and you can rock as smooth as butta on any surface! (Thank you OC for mine!)!! Anyways, those things are awkward to load and unload! I would love a smooth tray to just slide out and access to whatever you need! No bending, and pulling, and shoving.....nice link! I will save that one!
Know what you talkin about. That 50 amp PC can be heavy and awkward as well.
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RB did I tell you that I have daughters 16 & 17 that will have friends here tomorrow? lol
I wandered if they could come, but did not want to be presumptuous. Ok thank goodness for spell check, that's a pretty big word for a carpenter !!
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