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Originally posted by MarcF:
Found a few cool things inside the camper today. When I get a little time I’ll digitize the “plant tour” book for forum members to look at. Really neat to see how these campers were actually built.

Would still really like to see this, if you get time...
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Would love to look through those notebooks.

Jim and TereJim and Tere

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very cool

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