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Thanx - I'll check them out.

Edit: Just ordered it with 2 wool bonnets and bag from Amazon - $179. shipping included.

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2 leather cup pump thingys for the
"unsafe, useless, worthless, why do you still have it, how come you don't spend 1000.00 on a propane set up..."

princess stove.
cost with shipping? 10.00... thats why

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This is a clear case of piss'n away money, but it looks so damn cool;

I had all my deck hardware powder coated Weathered Bronze, so it all looks as though they have patinated naturally, I'm going to do the port frames the same way
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A peticure....

The more the wife is happy thru the winter months, the more she lets me do my thing when it gets warmer!

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I plane ticket to go back HOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I plane ticket to go back HOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I thought DHS was going to deport you for free...

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Last things bought for her was these. I've lusted after this damn oil lamp for so long so madam went and bought it for our birthdays (same day) plus the reading lights. In polished stainless not brass. Love 'em, love you. Thank's darlin.




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So much in the past two months that I don't know where to start! These are few of the major things.
New 3YM20 Engine.
New SS shaft and cutlass.
New battery cables.
New additional house battery switch and wiring (providing separate 1-2-All for both engine and house).
New wiring (larger) to main bus.
New exhaust system (larger dia.)
New counter tops.
New FW plumbing.
Pulled fuel tank, flushed and cleaned and reinstalled.
Of course all new filters and strainers.

I'm used to writing checks lately and have an excellent mechanic. All this on an upgrade of the Pearson that had the original Farymann I know that wasn't what I bought today, but thought I'd chime in anyway.

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Very cool lamp Mr. wombat...


Not so crazy about the reading light...

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