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fulltimin

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Posted: 09/14/19 08:04pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Last night, I forgot to update the spreadsheet. I'll do that now.

The steel I picked up yesterday cost $105.00, including a tip. Yes, I tipped him, I appreciated his quick and prompt service, and let him know.

So, prior total was, $8300.44, and we add another $105.00. for a new grand total of (drum roll.....), $8405.44.


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I appreciate your thread very much. A deceased fellow minister told me a few years before he died as we were working together on a construction project about a conversation his father shared with him. He and I both were contractors as was his father. He said his father had built a house and there was a critic of a particular aspect of his work and he replied to them: "I always try to have a little something for everyone."

You accomplish that with your reporting. Something for everyone. I like that and give you two thumps up. You are a expert craftsman. Thanks for sharing.

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PastorCharlie wrote:

I appreciate your thread very much. A deceased fellow minister told me a few years before he died as we were working together on a construction project about a conversation his father shared with him. He and I both were contractors as was his father. He said his father had built a house and there was a critic of a particular aspect of his work and he replied to them: "I always try to have a little something for everyone."

You accomplish that with your reporting. Something for everyone. I like that and give you two thumps up. You are a expert craftsman. Thanks for sharing.




Thank you!

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Since I have not settled on an exterior finish scheme yet, I ran across one today, that I think I like.

What do you think, would you be offended if I parked next to you with this color scheme?



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Obviously, THAT WAS A JOKE!!!!!

On to a slightly more serious question. I also found this pic of someone who remodeled a travel trailer.

Curious as to what your opinions are about the entry door?



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Its a door. No one would mistake it for their door. If you like being " out there" so people will remember you, go for it. If you are a more low key family, probably not. BTW, did you ask your wife?


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I kind of liked the RV formerly known as Prince.
The door looks like a door. Now if ot really was made of wood, that would be something. I think all the schmaltz hanging all over the side of the TT to be a bit much but that is just a matter of personal preference.


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ro_sie wrote:

Its a door. No one would mistake it for their door. If you like being " out there" so people will remember you, go for it. If you are a more low key family, probably not. BTW, did you ask your wife?


Actually, I did ask her, and she said she likes it.

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STBRetired wrote:

I kind of liked the RV formerly known as Prince.
The door looks like a door. Now if ot really was made of wood, that would be something. I think all the schmaltz hanging all over the side of the TT to be a bit much but that is just a matter of personal preference.



Is that the Monaco Dynasty, or something I've never heard of?

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Anybody remember this? This is the original opening for a small storage area next to where the generator was. 17 screws holding that in place, drilled through the side, hoping against hope, that it won't leak.



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Yea, didn't work out all that well.

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