Got some good work accomplished today. Im helping a new neighbor in the small park here, put together an older Airstream T.T.,

A little back ground,,,,, the owner bought it in California,,, paid another friend to tow it from Ca. to Texas. The trailer was gutted out except the fried burnt wiring that suffered high voltage in low voltage wire. I.E. running 110/120 volts a/c thru 12 V d/c... not a pretty sight. Anywho... I got two main wire runs down the middle of the trailer from front to the rear,, and will set up junction boxes to run outlets down the walls,, expecting to install 4 on each side,, With the 12 volt, I ran single set of 12 volt wire down the center for ceiling lights which I proposed having them about 3 feet apart down the center. I also located where the plumbing connects to the holding tanks, so that next project is ready to start on in the next couple days... Very productive day,, getting the time intensive work out of the way,,,

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Comment by Dawn Michelle on August 19, 2017 at 6:53pm

Very productive!!!!  I'm envious I wasn't putting my rig back together closer to you :-) 

I've been lax getting on - need to post a new blog update now that Juno is back in the shop. Waiting for some bad news from them, so not sure if I should wait or not - LOL.

I love those Airstreams - maybe after Juno I'll tackle one of those.  Well, not right away - grin.

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