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Salutations to Russ & Eryka,

Thanks for information thus far. It is proving very thought provoking and I'm even busier planning now. Russ I'll take any pictures you have the time and inclination to scan in, thanks I really appriciate them. I'm glad to hear my ideas aren't to far off center with others. Also great to have answers from Michiganders who've been through our special winters aboard.
As for the insulation, what type do you use Russ (Eryka, I know of the type you used and I'd be inclined to use the same)?
I'm currently at Bridgeview Marina in Sarnia Ont., I'll have to move for the winter as they don't have any bathroom or laundry or water facilities available. I have found a couple marina's in the Jefferson/9 mile area that are more suited for living that I'll have to look into.
Thanks to both of you for your help, and if you think of anything please let me know.

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