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Terry A. Brewer

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After hiring a new construction crew...work finally started on the Brewer house.

See pics below
 

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Tom

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LOL Terry, that's certainly a better looking crew. I'll bet she whips the other workers into shape.
 

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Betty needs a CAT to go with that Bobcat, then she can move some real dirt :)
 

Betty Brewer

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Terry A. Brewer said:
After hiring a new construction crew...work finally started on the Brewer house.See pics below

Now there  are Terry toys  AND there are Betty toys.  This one is great!  I can't believe they finally started. 
Betty Brewer
 

Terry A. Brewer

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Below is a pic of the iron work for the motor home garage door.

The footings were 5'w x 6'L x 4'd....the door is 12' x 14'.
 

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Tom

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Nice one Terry. Just be sure you don't a longer/wider/taller coach  ;D
 

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"Nice one Terry. Just be sure you don't a longer/wider/taller coach"

Tom. a guy down the street from me built a nice steel garage for his motorhome, a 30 footer.  When he traded for his 36 footer, the new one didn't fit.  He built a new garage next to the old one - again just large enough for the new RV. Then he decided he wanted a fifth wheel instead.  Guess what. it didn't fit in either of the garages.  So he built a third garage for the fifth wheel.  Now he has three separate garages side by side. All this in a period of four years.  I am waiting to see what he buys next.
 

Terry A. Brewer

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Tom

>>Nice one Terry. Just be sure you don't a longer/wider/taller coach<<

I don't think you can have a 12' wide coach & I don't think any are over 50' long, anything over 14' tall & you are going to have road clearance problems.
 

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Terry A. Brewer said:
Below is a pic of the iron work for the motor home garage door.

The footings were 5'w x 6'L x 4'd....the door is 12' x 14'.

Terry,

You're new CC will fit just fine! :)
 

Terry A. Brewer

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Jim

>>You're new CC will fit just fine!<<

Yeah I'll be getting that after this one wears out....7 years & going strong.<G>

They were pouring the slab this AM as we were leaving for Spotlight 29 Casino.

 
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