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Nice project! confusion

Question is, does it still flush? I never thought of putting the septic field under the floor! ROTFLMAO


9708-M0037-37MM-01
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Spartan MM, 6 spd Allison
Cummins 8.3 300 hp
 
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the drain field also doubles as a humidifier.
 
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Very nice work on the steps & love the heated floors. I'm impressed Kevin. You are not just talented but patient as well. Helen Jo is a lucky lady!! Hope you are doing well.


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8411 3172 29FP3B
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Originally posted by Jim and Tere:
Very nice work on the steps & love the heated floors. I'm impressed Kevin. You are not just talented but patient as well. Helen Jo is a lucky lady!! Hope you are doing well.


Kevin is one lucky fellow to have found the one WOMAN ON EARTH WHO COULD PUT UP WITH HIM!!! ROTFLMAO Helen Jo must be a Saint!


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Originally posted by Jim and Tere:
Very nice work on the steps & love the heated floors. I'm impressed Kevin. You are not just talented but patient as well. Helen Jo is a lucky lady!! Hope you are doing well.


Kevin is one lucky fellow to have found the one WOMAN ON EARTH WHO COULD PUT UP WITH HIM!!! ROTFLMAO Helen Jo must be a Saint!

I just called the Pope. Helen Jo is up for her second nomination for sainthood. The first one was approved when she married Kevin ROTFLMAO
This is Jim. Tere is just getting tired of doing all the work on the Barth. I'm so old that the only people that look at me twice are those that think I'm rich. Fooled them!!


Jim and TereJim and Tere

1985 Regal
29' Chevy 454 P32
8411 3172 29FP3B
Gear Vendor 6 Speed Tranny
 
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Hey Jim, Barth work is for the young at heart! I have so many hours in Ole Nose they could not be counted. However since they have torn up my street and the Barth has been in its winter home, I really miss tinkering with it! I am sure Tere will feel the same and within a few days will attack it with renewed enthusiasm.


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That pony tail wasn't started yesterday. I think Hellen Jo's been attracted to shall we say "..." for some time.

Incidentally, all Barth units (or wives) should be so blessed.

I think Barth units.. Maybe she encourages Garage Time. hmm


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OK Kevin, your silence is lethal. You win. Olly, olly, in free.
For the unknowing, we all actually adore Kevin and we miss him dearly...Right?


'92 Breakaway
Cummins 190hp, No Modifications
Allison AT542
Floor Plan 30-BS-11B
9205-3798-30BS11B
 
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Pirate, only when he has free beer!!!! Or will dig up a septic field for free!!


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Plain Jane Interior
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Just look at the avatar, Casper the ghost! Is that a sign? Is he dead? Like Paul McCartney on Abbey Road...?

That would explain things, since HelenJo really is an angel! Salute

You can't see a ghost but he's always there.... Hide confusion


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I am not sure what was going on here at Barthmoblie.com. The seven posts above here are thread drift. The posts have little to do with the steps. When "The cat is away the mice will play."... or should I say like a ghost I can see through this.
I was on a mission to get a new refrigerator. Wifi was not good where I was located as with most campsites. I was only able to see all all the above comments till now. I left the topic the same because the refrigerator died while working on the floor of the Barth. The mission took me to Shipshewana, Indiana. We stayed at the North Park Amish Log cabins and campground. Strangely enough it was 1.4 miles from "National RV Refrigeration." Here is a picture of the installed refrigerator. I assume there were some Ghosts in my Barth. I left the Barth in the parking lot and came back only to find a Norcold refrigerator in an empty hole where the old one vanished from. Strangely the new unit has an Ice Maker too.
While on this mission I was not maintaining good air system pressure. See this post.


 
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