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Old 01-09-2012, 10:19 PM   #21
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Thanks, clutch. I'm stealing your design.
Not my design, the local band teacher is an excellent cabinet builder. You will really like having everything at your fingertips.
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Old 01-10-2012, 04:38 PM   #22
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clutch-- If I drop off our 19H can you have it done for Memorial day. Larry
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Old 01-10-2012, 08:52 PM   #23
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clutch-- If I drop off our 19H can you have it done for Memorial day. Larry
Just find a good school teacher/cabinet builder like I did.

We had four teachers in our school dist that built cabinets and furniture so they could afford to teach.
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Old 03-01-2012, 06:33 PM   #24
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Nice Modification

This is a nice modification, Already planning to do the same on our 330RLTS when delivered!! Can you post the outside dimensions width and length? I'm buying the same model, thought I could prebuild while waiting for the camper to arrive....
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Old 03-01-2012, 07:58 PM   #25
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Just find a good school teacher/cabinet builder like I did.

We had four teachers in our school dist that built cabinets and furniture so they could afford to teach.
It's sad that teachers in the richest country in the world have to do that.
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It's sad that teachers in the richest country in the world have to do that.
Only the politicians think they are worthy of huge pay raises..
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Old 03-02-2012, 01:16 PM   #27
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It's sad that teachers in the richest country in the world have to do that.
Well that depends what state they teach in. Here in Wisconsin teachers that have been on the job 10 years or more aveage $88k per year including bennies. but we have teachers making 120k per year on the high side.
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Just find a good school teacher/cabinet builder like I did.

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Well that depends what state they teach in. Here in Wisconsin teachers that have been on the job 10 years or more aveage $88k per year including bennies. but we have teachers making 120k per year on the high side.

My daughter and SIL built cabinets and added a large white board (the chalk board was ready to retire after almost 50 years) all on her own dime. She spends a good chunk of change out of her own pocket each year for some needed items that were free to the classes years ago when I began teaching.

Wow Rodo! I should have DS move to Wisconsin to teach. Teachers with the same experience in our neck of the woods do not make nearly what your teachers do. Wow! But she doesn't mind, she has a career but most important she has a job LOL

Clutch, those sliding shelves would like nice in her cabinets though
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Well that depends what state they teach in. Here in Wisconsin teachers that have been on the job 10 years or more aveage $88k per year including bennies. but we have teachers making 120k per year on the high side.
But they did lose all their collective bargaining rights.
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Well that depends what state they teach in. Here in Wisconsin teachers that have been on the job 10 years or more aveage $88k per year including bennies. but we have teachers making 120k per year on the high side.
I teach in PA and have been doing so for 11 years. I have yet to break $50k. With a masters I would still not break $70k even at the top of the ladder. I am not complaining though. For where I live I make a good living and have summers off to camp and spend time with my family. Problem is with the govenor we have a lot of teachers will be lucky to have a job at the end of his tenor.

OP- sorry to get off topic - I really like your drawer setup. I may have to "borrow" your idea.
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