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Old 07-21-2010, 09:12 AM   #11
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awww *hugs* Always rough when a beloved animal meets his time. Keep thinking of taking in a homeless dog myself but my daughter is TERRIFIED of animals. Maybe when she's out on her own.

Okay I saw that! See that Smitty. PINK. Now you have to put pink racing strips on the bus. I think everyone should on skoolies.net!
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Old 07-21-2010, 12:24 PM   #12
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...I like to see the wimmenz working
And I do like to see the guys washing dishes, cooking, doing laundry, cleaning up the "house"! (anyone but me!!!)... I LOVE that PineSol commercial where the lady is lounging around while the stud muffin is pushing the mop! Oh yeah!
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Old 07-24-2010, 08:38 AM   #13
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Is that a composting toilet? A hybrid black tank & compost? Or... are there plans I missed--You're not building a rocket shoot are you?
Sure seems composting is popular on these forums.
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Sounds great!! Grats! Now about those men kicking the ladies out...
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Sounds like the men lost their money and the girls lost their virginity Your story of your first night out in the bus made my day...bet you will remember it for the rest of your life...congrats!!!
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I plan to do my plumbing install in steps, with the first step (for grey water) being just a shore connection and drain hose I can run to wherever I need it (camp sites often have a gravel area under their supply faucet, or I'll use a portable container). That much will give me water when connected to shore, and doesn't cost much. Later when I decide how to handle tanks, I will add those. For blackwater, I will start with a primative composting toilet, then decide later if I want to deal with a blackwater tank.
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Fantastic table! Gives me some ideas for my work desk I want to put in the bus.
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I'm thinking of gluing some thin (1/8" or 1/4") cork sheeting on my ceiling. It will help with sound dampening, and has at least some insulating value without reducing headroom very much.
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Here is the thread I started about this topic: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=6363

BrownCrown used construction adhesive to glue carpeting to his ceiling.

I'm still not sure what I will do.
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Can you give details about that chimney? What are you using that lets you put it together and take apart so quick? Any air leaks? Stove looks like the Jotul models.
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