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Old 02-18-2015, 10:32 PM   #11
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I found this posted in another thread when I was cruising around this forum a few days ago. I bookmarked it as I *know* I'm gonna need more storage, regardless of what rig we eventually buy. Which means more shelves!

I also like how she added a flip up counter for the kitchen. She shows how she added shelves in the curved closet in the bedroom of her trailer.

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Old 02-18-2015, 11:26 PM   #12
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I wonder what happened to Wendy, she was on almost every night and without a word just disappeared into thin air.
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Old 02-19-2015, 07:56 AM   #13
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I wonder what happened to Wendy, she was on almost every night and without a word just disappeared into thin air.
I just did some more rooting around on her blog. Looks like in June 2013 they were empty nesters and decided to sell their house and go overseas on some church mission(s). Myanmar was mentioned, but I don't know if that's what really happened as I didn't find anything else after that. I would suspect the RV got sold as well, but that wasn't mentioned.
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I just did some more rooting around on her blog. Looks like in June 2013 they were empty nesters and decided to sell their house and go overseas on some church mission(s). Myanmar was mentioned, but I don't know if that's what really happened as I didn't find anything else after that. I would suspect the RV got sold as well, but that wasn't mentioned.
Must have been hard to give up that "TT" she did so much remodeling and decorating to it. Life goes on and you do make changes, we've all made changes and I like the way things are going right now.
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I found this posted in another thread when I was cruising around this forum a few days ago. I bookmarked it as I *know* I'm gonna need more storage, regardless of what rig we eventually buy. Which means more shelves!

I also like how she added a flip up counter for the kitchen. She shows how she added shelves in the curved closet in the bedroom of her trailer.

http://mycoolcampingcaravanadventure...es-camper.html
The counter top extension she did was pretty cool too. Had already planned on adding shelves to the bedroom closets this winter, but now I have more ideas. Thanks!
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The counter top extension she did was pretty cool too. Had already planned on adding shelves to the bedroom closets this winter, but now I have more ideas. Thanks!
I used her idea of the extension in mine.
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I used her idea of the extension in mine.
Are those baseballs on your wallpaper strip, Tunce? Kind of looks like it.

Yeah, I thought that was a really nice addition she did. The floor plan I like already has one installed, but if it didn't, I'd be printing out those instructions.
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Now that you mention it I guess they do look like baseballs. Here's a better pic. for you.
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Now that you mention it I guess they do look like baseballs. Here's a better pic. for you.
And if they didn't look like that to you before, they will now! HA!
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I used the white vinyl covered wire shelving. Cut to length, little plastic caps on each end. "General Mods" in my signature line. I removed a screw in the cabinet to determine the safe screw length. In one spot I had to add a 3/4" filler strip just to make installing the shelves easier. I did keep one closet setup for jackets as we go out during the cool season too. It was really easy to do.
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