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Old 12-23-2014, 08:24 AM   #1041
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I'm not sure what that roll is on the floor. We did ask for the left over counter top to be saved but I can't imagine there is that much left. Also, I guess they are waiting on doors for under the sink. I've written ETI and asked those questions.
I heard back from Crystal- the roll on the floor is indeed the leftover Formica and the doors for the under-sink cabinet are coming.

That is far more Formica than we'll ever need. I was thinking I'd transport a few scraps home under the mattress. I'll see if they can stow some there for me.


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I see what looks like a 4-pin connector on the near-side of the hitch neck. Does anyone know what that is?

I'm sure getting antsy to get out there to pick up. It looks so wonderful there now with no snow and lots of sunshine. Granted, we've been lucky and only have a dusting of snow with temperatures hovering around freezing for the last week or more. But, due to other obligations, we can't be there before mid-May. Darn!

Oh, and BTW, what's that tree and grass covered thing rising up behind the trailers? Could it be a hill? Man, it's been years since I've seen a hill! I can't wait.
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Old 12-23-2014, 08:42 AM   #1042
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Hi: iamunique127... That connector is actually the breakaway switch.
That tree and grass covered thing is what they call a mountain!!!
BTW... You're gonna love it Lyle. Alf
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Old 12-23-2014, 09:25 AM   #1043
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That tree and grass covered thing is what they call a mountain!!!
Nah, still just a hill to us out here...
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Old 12-23-2014, 10:37 AM   #1044
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That is far more Formica than we'll ever need. I was thinking I'd transport a few scraps home under the mattress. I'll see if they can stow some there for me.
I wouldn't be surprised if they say no as the shop isn't all that big and they are probably busy enough keeping track of the inventory of different laminates and fabrics for trailers in production. Nonetheless, it doesn't hurt to ask.
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Old 12-23-2014, 11:35 AM   #1045
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Old 12-23-2014, 11:56 AM   #1046
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Maybe they can cut the laminate into smaller chunks and you can tape it together to fit inside the closet? Or cut it to "table" size and tape it to the top of the dinette table... covered with cardboard... or something.
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Old 12-23-2014, 12:23 PM   #1047
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Nah, still just a hill to us out here...
Now wait a minute, Karen. Chilliwack has some good views. There's Sumas Peak NW of Chilliwack, at 900m+ (about 2950 ft.)
Then there's Sumas Mt., WA south of Chilliwack, at 1041m (3415').
Then a little farther south there's a real one: Mt. Baker (1894m)(6214').


Lyle,
It's going to be a grand trip home, taking your new 5.0 through the some of the most majestic mountain ranges on the planet. Enjoy.
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Old 12-23-2014, 12:30 PM   #1048
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Now wait a minute, Karen...
Yes! I have a cabin up by Mt. Baker--now that's a real mountain and BTW, it's 10,781' (3,286 m). Anything else is just a foothill...
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Old 12-23-2014, 02:03 PM   #1049
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Maybe they can cut the laminate into smaller chunks and you can tape it together to fit inside the closet? Or cut it to "table" size and tape it to the top of the dinette table... covered with cardboard... or something.
I think cutting to fit is a good idea... but the big available space is under the mattress as originally planned, so it would likely only need to be cut once to fit under there.
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Old 12-23-2014, 04:08 PM   #1050
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Lyle,
It's going to be a grand trip home, taking your new 5.0 through the some of the most majestic mountain ranges on the planet. Enjoy.
Thanks. We can't pick up until May but we have blocked off the time from then until the end of June to explore on the way home. Plus we have several friends on the islands along the BC coast. We'll do some good wandering before we come back across those big mountains.

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I think cutting to fit is a good idea... but the big available space is under the mattress as originally planned, so it would likely only need to be cut once to fit under there.
Yeah, that was my original plan.
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