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Old 01-22-2016, 07:33 PM   #41
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Thanks for the pictures. We like pictures.

Did I tell you I really like this floor plan?
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Old 01-22-2016, 07:49 PM   #42
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How do you folks attach photos? I am not figuring it out
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Very nice!! You'll love it
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Old 01-22-2016, 08:17 PM   #44
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How do you folks attach photos? I am not figuring it out
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Old 01-22-2016, 08:28 PM   #45
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ohhh thanks that is what I needed. I kept looking in the quick reply. this is our mod to the pantry for the DW and I thought that there was way too much wasted space in the drawers so we made shelves.
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I like that! What did you make the shelves out of? Did you stain it? If so what color. I'm still trying to get a good match
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Menards stain and solid oak shelving for it matches the wood grain of the trailer. We also put in a 6 panel solid oak door in place of the pocket doors going into the bunk room
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Sorry y'all! I'm absolutely exhausted, but I'm tempted to sleep in her tonight...wife says I'm crazy..oh well! We will load remainder tomorrow and (unfortunately) put into storage. We are going to have a shake down next weekend and see what else we fine...OH AND GUESS WHAT??? The in-laws asked if they can come...LOL! I'm very happy with our decision to upgrade to this trailer! My girls have nicknamed her "Pointy", so I'll have to put then in the thread "What do you can your Jayco". Going to go to Costco tomorrow and purchase a 2nd battery to run in parallel. I'm sure there will be many for purchases to come!

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I guess it's my turn on the NorthPoint

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Menards stain and solid oak shelving for it matches the wood grain of the trailer. We also put in a 6 panel solid oak door in place of the pocket doors going into the bunk room

What color was the stain? I'd love to see your doors too
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Sorry y'all! I'm absolutely exhausted, but I'm tempted to sleep in her tonight...wife says I'm crazy..oh well! We will load remainder tomorrow and (unfortunately) put into storage. We are going to have a shake down next weekend and see what else we fine...OH AND GUESS WHAT??? The in-laws asked if they can come...LOL! I'm very happy with our decision to upgrade to this trailer! My girls have nicknamed her "Pointy", so I'll have to put then in the thread "What do you can your Jayco". Going to go to Costco tomorrow and purchase a 2nd battery to run in parallel. I'm sure there will be many for purchases to come!

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