We all have those projects in life that seem to never get finished. All the moxie and determination seems to wane after a while, and what started as a fire quickly dwindles down to a smoldering ember. THEN! Along comes your second wind, and it's just enough to blow gently on the ember and bring it back to a roaring blaze!
Such it is with projects like…Continue
Hello again everyone, hope all is well, and you are finding pleasure in your pursuits.
Last time I posted, I had a little less than half of the new roof completed. This time I have some shots of the completed roofing (well almost! :) just waiting for the rest of the aluminum extension to be installed before sealing the joints and edges with Eternabond Webseal, which will then get a coating of Liquid Rubber, the only liquid EPDM roof coating available.
I joined this site initally just to help a fellow Aristocrat Lo Liner owner, but I'll definitely be using the site as a good source for info and inspiration pictures. We belong to a few other vintage trailer sites and I'm not sure if I'll add all our pictures to this site as well, but I have a bunch of pics of our trailer at: http://we3evans.multiply.com/
Was love at first site with our little trailer and we are now "Happy Campers!"
Seems like motorhomes have always been built around the person of "average" height. What is average height anyway? 5'8"? I'm not too sure, but I do know that unless you can afford a newer Class A motorhome (think Alfa Gold) with plenty of headroom, then taller owners are bound to have the "bump your head blues".
Let's face it, older Class Cs are great, but when it's time to come inside after a nice day of swimming, fishing, hiking, or…
Now I admit I am a texan through and through, and I may be a little predjudist about some things, but this needs to be told. We just got back from our last road trip up to S. Dakota where we did the Mt Rushmore thing along with Custer and Crazy Horse. A few check-offs from our "bucket list". When we got to Hot Springs, S. Dakota it was gettin on about noonish and we had an appetite building. My wife/friend/navigater said we ought to stop and eat lunch at one of the local cafe's. She had a…Continue
Added by Kurth Family on August 14, 2011 at 8:58am — No Comments
We were shocked to find out that our 1986 Holiday Rambler had antiquated wheel rims! This travel trailer didn't come with a spare tire and we thought we would just be able to match up the rims and go buy one. HA! Easier said than done. I searched in vain on the internet and found only that this was an extremely rare, hard-to-find rim. Good luck, it seemed to say.
That is, until I contacted Tim Heintz,…Continue
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If you are looking for somewhere to go between the holidays try the Arcadia Rally. www.arcadiarally.com This is an inexpensive rally that lots of fun. It would be great to meet some of my friends in person!
We don't actually want to REMOVE ours, but it has a "fresh" water leak that seeps out from beneath the stool when stepping on the flusher. My husband is afraid of breaking the outside plastic casing which must be removed to access the water line. Is there some "trick" he needs to know about?
This toilet is an AQUA-MAGIC GALAXY. Serial # 08420.
Thank you so any help you can give us! Paige and David Bridges, Wills Point, TX
P.S. We have a 1986 Holiday…Continue