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Old 04-14-2020, 06:47 PM   #7801
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Installed a pair of BAL stabilizer locking arms that a friend gave me. After some cussing got it done. Jury still out on how well they work but it seems more stable.
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Not a dab blame thing. Too busy doin 1 of 2 things I dislike more than anything. Finishing drywall. Then it's on to the second thing, painting said drywall. UGH
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Old 04-14-2020, 07:09 PM   #7803
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Not a dab blame thing. Too busy doin 1 of 2 things I dislike more than anything. Finishing drywall. Then it's on to the second thing, painting said drywall. UGH
I "assisted" in doing drywall once when we put an addition on the house. I vowed never again.
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Old 04-14-2020, 07:20 PM   #7804
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I "assisted" in doing drywall once when we put an addition on the house. I vowed never again.

Only one thing worse than drywall....Plaster and latheboard...replaced a bunch of plaster in a rent house six years ago...the memory lingers.
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Did some driveway camping and cooked some pizzaClick image for larger version

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Old 04-14-2020, 09:00 PM   #7806
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We're going to have lows in the mid to upper 20's for the next 3 nights so I re winterized it. Can't go camping anyway. Ugh.
Just did the same.....
Got caught off guard and had to run the heat all last night. Did an online order from HD last night for a couple gallons and curbside pickup this afternoon.
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During social distancing, have washed and waxed our Jayco Eagle, removed the steps and painted and replaced them, painted trailer tongue, installed dicor sealant on exposed area, cleaned windows, replaced Damp-Rid bag, driveway camped, cleaned and painted outdoor grill arm, and hung a cross in the entry area. Our camping reservations were cancelled, so we stay home.
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Visited storage unit and have my Redhawk a hug.
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Old 04-15-2020, 09:03 AM   #7809
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I’m hopeful that there will be plenty for me while doing a little social distancing. I have my spot.
MichaelO, is that an electric fence I see running between the two trees? If so, you have some mighty fine neighbors. Just remind them of social distancing, and all should be fine.
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Only one thing worse than drywall....Plaster and latheboard...replaced a bunch of plaster in a rent house six years ago...the memory lingers.
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Not a dab blame thing. Too busy doin 1 of 2 things I dislike more than anything. Finishing drywall. Then it's on to the second thing, painting said drywall. UGH
I would rather do drywall, than hang a door
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Old 04-15-2020, 09:41 AM   #7811
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I would rather do drywall, than hang a door
I hung 2 bifold doors rather do that.
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Did some driveway camping and made some pizza! Here’s a video of the pizza


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Old 04-15-2020, 07:49 PM   #7813
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Opened the awning to let it dry out after the blowing rain a few days ago. Re-stocked some items in anticipation of our 3 day weekend camping trip to our local State Park.
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Old 04-15-2020, 08:36 PM   #7814
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I hung 2 bifold doors rather do that.
Finally...someone who likes to do that! The DW wants them on an upstairs closet. Come on up...I'll supply the beer!
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Old 04-15-2020, 08:40 PM   #7815
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I watched TV then took a nap in it today.
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Old 04-16-2020, 04:53 AM   #7816
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Finally...someone who likes to do that! The DW wants them on an upstairs closet. Come on up...I'll supply the beer!
You don't have enough beer LOL.
What ticked me off was I bought 2 doors to replace the double doors I was replacing. The top track that came with the new doors wasn't long enough. Luckily I still had the ones I removed with the old doors that I could still use.
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MichaelO, is that an electric fence I see running between the two trees? If so, you have some mighty fine neighbors. Just remind them of social distancing, and all should be fine.

The electric fence is to keep the bears away from the trailer. The last few years they’ve become a bit troublesome. This is what they did to my last trailer a couple years back. It was easy to fix, but I would prefer they not cause any more damage. My current trailer would be a little harder to fix. Click image for larger version

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Washed and waxed her!
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Spray foamed the shower pan and hinged the water pump door. I have plenty more to do when it warms up. Currently 17 degrees and snow.
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