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Wa_mermayd

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    • Randall Gypsy Caravan
Re: Ripping Her Apart!
« Reply #60 on: November 26, 2017, 03:49:27 PM »
Hi All -

A new post with pictures is up on our blog.  https://wp.me/p1JNUa-MB

We have the door installed, and four windows. We have the trim all caulked and are putting all our stuff in it to start heading South for warmer weather where we can continue construction.

Hope this finds you all well.
Happy Holidays!
31' 2017 Custom Build on Ford E-350 chassis
Silvio Cruz Bike
2 dogs, a 7 year old and some crazy parents  :-)
http://randallgypsycaravan.wordpress.com/

Wa_mermayd

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    • Randall Gypsy Caravan
Re: Ripping Her Apart!
« Reply #61 on: December 10, 2017, 01:24:42 PM »
Hi All -

We left Eastern Washington for Sunny central California. Used to be 'sunny' central CA was a joke and people would laugh as this region is infamous for it's fog. However, the temperatures are in the 60's and 70's and fog is currently minimal. We are here to continue the work on the RV and visit with family at the same time.  Maybe see a whale or two.

Has anyone else tried to do this? Visit while still having an overwhelming load of 'to-do's with your rig? I love my family and am so glad to be here with them for the holidays but you can imagine how much we have gotten done on the rig since being here. Ya, nothin'.

Here is where we are at. Side walls are of course done. Roof, cab-over and back are on but not insulated or finished. Enough to safely move the rig but not fully finish from the inside. Since we have needed to sleep in the rig, we have the cab-over made-up as a bed and a small path to that but otherwise, all our belongings are all on the floor in bins, bags and boxes. We hope to finish the ceiling and get some cabinets installed so we can finally start putting things away. I would love to paint before we put any cabinets in but without any place to put our things, who knows.

Looking forward to hearing your thoughts.

Thanks -
Paula
https://randallgypsycaravan.wordpress.com/
31' 2017 Custom Build on Ford E-350 chassis
Silvio Cruz Bike
2 dogs, a 7 year old and some crazy parents  :-)
http://randallgypsycaravan.wordpress.com/

newfurrows

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  • Dan Nelson
Re: Ripping Her Apart!
« Reply #62 on: December 10, 2017, 02:18:18 PM »
If you were to put a tag axel behind your driving axel you would have a whole different vehicle in both load range and driving stability.
Happy Motoring
Dan Nelson with Tibby the tan colored dog and Jazz the red border collie (backup drivers)
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
1979 Vanguard "SECURITY"
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