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Old 05-02-2016, 10:48 PM   #11
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By the way, we still have the night light you and Denise gave us in Monument Valley, and it makes a great power tester.
Ha. And we have it's twin that we also use for power testing. We'll have to have a night light reunion soon. :-)
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Escape will take your package and it is shipped from Sumas , so the shipping is not bad and not from Canada . Pat
If Escape'll do this it'd be as easy and inexpensive as ordering on-line. I'll see what Escape says. Thanks.
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I'm buying a Kindred 1515/2 from Lowe's Canada. $99 CDN with free shipping to ETI. Ez-enuf!
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If Escape'll do this it'd be as easy and inexpensive as ordering on-line. I'll see what Escape says. Thanks.
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If Escape'll do this it'd be as easy and inexpensive as ordering on-line. I'll see what Escape says. Thanks.
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So, we're committed to a kitchen renovation. It'll be a lot less expensive than the kitchen renovation we did in the house a few years ago.

Decided to go with the Pearless faucet recommended earlier. There are a few similar but this one looked to be the best cost/function trade off. I like that it is stainless.

Heard back from Tammy at Escape. The sink I identified in the fist post is the one they use. I just ordered one from RV and Van Supply. Tammy said the opening has to be slightly larger for the stainless sink and the plumbing needs a slight change. It should work well.

Also, for the renovation, we ordered an Attwood/Wedgewood slide in stove top. We have the same, but with an oven, in our 1955 Shasta and really like it. For Dora (the Escape 19) we couldn't bring ourselves to loose the space needed for a full range (i.e. with oven).

Hope to have all together for the Bandon Rally. A few trips before than but they are Vintage Rallies with Shasta.

I'll put up some pictures when it's done. Thanks to all for the help.
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