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Posted: 06/08/19 09:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Got a question for everyone who may want to respond.

People frequently give a name to their rv.

What would be an appropriate name for this one?

Lay it on me.


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If you don't, you will find an excuse.

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A lot of experience, comes from bad judgement.

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How about the “Por” House.


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Or maybe "Snore House" based upon the speed at which this thread is progressing.
Sorry, I just expected something closer to a thread about how to bring an old RV back to its original splendor. This thread is anything but that!


What I post is my 2 cents and nothing more. Please don't read anything into my post that's not there. If you disagree, that's OK.
Can't we all just get along?

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jtaylor1920 wrote:

How about the “Por” House.




That's pretty good. That's one that I had't thought of. I kind of like that! [emoticon]

Thanks.

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Bill.Satellite wrote:

Or maybe "Snore House" based upon the speed at which this thread is progressing.
Sorry, I just expected something closer to a thread about how to bring an old RV back to its original splendor. This thread is anything but that!



No original splendor here. Early on I said the wife wanted something inside that looked more like a house than an rv.

That is exactly the direction I have been, and will be, continuing to head towards.

Along with that I have, and will be, showing some of the techniques that I use to accomplish those goals.

Perhaps I should name this W.P.D. Watching Paint Dry!

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Life lesson for the day.

If you are going to put clamps near the entryway, make sure the end of said clamp, is not is a position that you can walk into with your head! Lol. [emoticon]



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This is one of those times that experience came from bad judgement!

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fulltimin wrote:

Life lesson for the day.

If you are going to put clamps near the entryway, make sure the end of said clamp, is not is a position that you can walk into with your head! Lol. [emoticon]



[image]



This is one of those times that experience came from bad judgement!


Now there's an experience I don't need any help learning! It seems I can't do any work on the RV (especially working under the coach) without a big gash in my head somewhere!

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Workman Comp?

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Bill.Satellite wrote:

fulltimin wrote:

Life lesson for the day.

If you are going to put clamps near the entryway, make sure the end of said clamp, is not is a position that you can walk into with your head! Lol. [emoticon]



[image]



This is one of those times that experience came from bad judgement!


Now there's an experience I don't need any help learning! It seems I can't do any work on the RV (especially working under the coach) without a big gash in my head somewhere!



Fortunately, there was no blood running. Just a lump and red spot. I did move the clamp immediately, though. That was kind of a no brainer. Lol.

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