Sanding. Lot’s and lot’s of sanding. That about sums up the majority of week two (Has it only been two weeks?). We haven’t had the chance to post many detailed updates with the blistering pace we’ve been maintaining.

This post will also be short and sweet! Next on the list is primer and paint! Stay tuned!

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Really liking this mini-landing. We still need to re-route the central vac and LP alarm to the new surface.

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Ant’s in her pants still didn’t stop this hard worker!

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Got the sink drains re-routed around the new dishwasher. Only took an hour and a half, and a cart full of fittings from Lowe’s…

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Heavy rains are helping us locate all the leaks. This is a good thing!

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My sidekick and I headed for another long day on the camper.

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Tightening up the trim.

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Man-structions – Pictures and short statements. Almost makes me want to read them.

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Trying out the oil based primer with the new Wagner.

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Mask it up.

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The first test pieces turned out good. Looks like we will need to thin the primer down to get a smoother coat on the rest of the camper.

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Time to start prepping the living area.

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More and more masking.

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The transfer switch for the generator finally gave up the ghost. The ABS box didn’t fair too well in the generator enclosure. A loose neutral didn’t help matters.

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Transfer switch bypassed. Back to work! (Note: DO NOT DO THIS if you’re hooked to shore power. We are working solely on a generator at our current reno location.)

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It’s always something. The leaking hydraulic reservoir finally gave way and broke it’s mounting collar. Add another item to the list. Oh and kitty litter for the fluid spill!