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Old 04-17-2007, 11:15 PM   #11
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Hey, Ana, I hope you are prepared for a wide variety of ribbing, stupid wisecracks, good-natured
putdowns, random thread-highjackings and the like. Please understand we don't do that sort
of thing to anybody unless we consider them friends.

That roof does indeed look like a highly skilled job. And not cheap, eh? That means I'm
gonna get RICH if I embark on the planned 2008 National Roof Raising Tour!

You said "...art on the outside..." That's one of the things that clutter my mind these
days -- I "need" murals on Millicent (the lowrider bus). Any thoughts on how to
paint big sceneries and things -- with zero art experience -- would certainly
be welcome. I'm thinking of enlarging a small picture with a grid pattern,
and then "coloring in" the enlarged template.
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Old 04-18-2007, 02:50 PM   #12
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.....I also have a special paint project in mind to cover up those scratches that I inevitably end up with while driving that giant bus through VT backroads. (lots of low trees).
trees? you gotta watch for low flying planes with that beast.

Where in VT are you? I'm in CT and wouldn't mind seeing that skyscraper bus if I'm ever in the neighborhood.
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Old 04-22-2007, 03:47 PM   #13
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oh great..as if one raised bus wasn't enough to make the wife want a higher roof..and shes only 5 foot 1/2 ...... but I admit that looks nice...and the extra room would be nice for us tall guys.
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Old 04-30-2007, 10:36 PM   #14
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WELCOME TO THE CHAT LINE

I really like what u did with "Warrior". i have a 93 Blue Bird name
Blue-By-U. did the conversion last year and it awsome i lke the wood interior of yours. Hope u will have a good summer in it .
If i travel throught Vermont i willl look for her.
Happy Driving

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