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Kevin, yes that's what I want as my avatar.


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Kevin, yes that's what I want as my avatar.
Danny do you mean avatar or signature? In any event here is the image string in parentheses.
(http://i687.photobucket.com/albums/vv240/barth_upload/2539/th_IMG_9780.jpg)
Remove the parentheses after you copy and paste it where you want it.
 
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The Barth goes in today for the new formica countertop. I also made a flip up for the end and a flip up table for under the passenger side window that I decided to cover with the formica, since I had enough with one sheet if I have a little 2" joint behind the stove. I'll pick it up this afternoon and start putting it back together, along with the metallic backsplash. Pics to follow.


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I ripped out the back wall yesterday. I thought I could just remove the formica but I trashed the plywood trying so I cut the whole wall out. Will be replacing with 1/4 plywood and a metallic plastic brick backsplash. Replacing the big pylon with a 1" dowel. The bare side will have a wood spill guard about 1" high. Suzie missed the flip-up counter end so I made one.


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Ran out of free backsplash tiles so I had to order some more, but I'm pretty close to being done.


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Got the rest of the tiles today and got them up. Pretty much up to Suzie to decorate now.




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Beautiful. Almost doesn't need any decorating.

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Got the dining table installed and today got the chairs. When I get the desktop working I'll show some pix but these are the chairs I got. $54 bucks for 2 with shipping under a week. They are really nice and will be great for outside guitar playing too.

https://www.foldingchairs4less.../wood-folding-chairs


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Didn't link right. Go down 6 rows and it's the white wood ones for 19.99 or thereabouts.


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Finally got the desktop up and running. Here's some pix of the dining table and the lettering. Before you ask, everything about this coach is 78, except how it's registered, so to me it's a 78.


This is the only pic that got approved by the PB gods. I'll try later.


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PB finally decided to download my other pix. Here's one.


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and another.


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