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BigErn 03-22-2016 08:35 PM

Hello from Texas
 
Hello,
My name is Ernie,from the Central Texas area.Just recently acquired a 1996
B series(I think) Blue Bird,it has the 366 tonawanda engine.Can't wait to fix her up!
Thanks in advance,cause i have plenty of questions!:biggrin:
Ernie

FlyboyHPD 03-22-2016 08:48 PM

Hey Ernie,

Welcome to the Skoolie madness. We're here to help with answers to your questions so ask away. You've come to the right place.

Roadrunner 03-23-2016 10:59 AM

Hi Ernie. Welcome aboard and congratulations on getting a bus. Now let the work begin. Be sure to ask lots of questions as there is a wealth of good free knowledge here. This is the best site on the net. The main thing is to enjoy the adventure.

Tango 03-23-2016 05:48 PM

Howdy from another Texas Skoolie! --- Welcome to the madhouse. Just read as much as you can, develop a picture of what you think will work for you, ask questions and dive in. There is only one "right" way to do it...YOUR way.

Docsgsxr 03-23-2016 06:18 PM

It's official, Texas and Florida rule the skoolies with most members per capita!!

Welcome to the gang!

-Doc

Robin97396 03-23-2016 08:25 PM

Hello Ernie, you should fit right in.

Doc; maybe we should have a west coast skoolie convention? I think there are more skookies in the west than you think. There seems to be a lot of people silently reading threads on the west coast.

Docsgsxr 03-24-2016 11:25 AM

Then they need to post their builds too!!!!

Stu & Filo. T 03-24-2016 01:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Robin97396 (Post 140303)
Hello Ernie, you should fit right in.

Doc; maybe we should have a west coast skoolie convention? I think there are more skookies in the west than you think. There seems to be a lot of people silently reading threads on the west coast.

Your right, I haven't worked on mine a couple months because I just can't convince the wife that the sooner we get it done the sooner we can sell the house & move into it, BUT NOOOO she wants a new laundry area. :banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead: :banghead::banghead:

Robin97396 03-24-2016 03:38 PM

If you want to live in the bus you'd better make a new laundry area in your bus.

Stu & Filo. T 03-24-2016 05:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Robin97396 (Post 140385)
If you want to live in the bus you'd better make a new laundry area in your bus.

I figure a rock, washboard & tub should suffice, It will be good for her soul.


:thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:: thumb:

Robin97396 03-25-2016 04:09 PM

Yeah, women really appreciate that type of self improvement.

Robin97396 03-25-2016 04:16 PM

The wash tub seems kind of extravagant when there are so many rivers and streams around, don't you think?
If it's raining you could hang dirty laundry out the windows especially while you're traveling, and if the weather changes it gets dried too. That's kind of an interesting visual image going down the road.


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