Sunday, November 13, 2016

Twayler




Twayler's Site Cleaned Up

9am - It was on September 24th, seven weeks ago, that The TiogaRV Team first arrived at the Lone Wolf RV Park. There were days during those seven weeks, when our life here was pure chaos! 

The work to get all the stuff we have stored properly in the right location, somedays was sooooo hard! There were times at the end of a day, when I just collapsed into the La-Z-Boy recliner. Worn out!

However, yesterday afternoon, all of that work and effort finally came together! And we are sooooo happy about that!

My "Order Value" declares [link]: 
  • To have a place for everything
  • To keep everything in its place
And now we are there! 😎



2:30pm - Reader writes and asks
Comment from Reader BAR who lives in Florida:

b -a- r11/13/16, 12:08 PM
"Hi George,
Love to read your blog. How about some pictures of your finished project?"



Weber BBQ Grill
Boid's Screen Door
Left Drawer



Right Drawer

Garden and Waterfall
Full extension drawer?
Would like to install a drawer with full extension slides in your RV? This is a great project to take on!

It's not a hard-to-do project. It's a box that is anchored to the floor of your RV, that moves along a pair of full extension slides.

My drawer slides are manufactured by Hettich America, in Buford, GA. Amazon sold me these Hettich slides. These are marvelous slides. Extra heavy duty. And they sell for about 1/2 of the Accuride slides.

If you would like details or have questions, email me:
GERSHONBENDANIEL AT GMAIL.COM


10pm - Bad cookie recipe
A couple of weeks ago, I Blogged to you about buying a chocolate
lover's cook book. In that Blog post, I put up an image of a recipe for a
chocolate chip/oatmeal cookie.

This evening I followed that recipe. This a terrible recipe. The cookies are sort of on the hard side [I like them soft]. And don't taste wonderful, as I had hoped they would.

In my whole life, I have never dumped a batch of cookies. However, these cookies may not make the cut!

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12 comments:

  1. Hi George,

    Love to read your blog. How about some pictures of your finished project? Sounds like the drawers are really well built.

    On a side note - I used to sell cookware. Some non-stick cookware off-gasses, especially when first used. Some inserts said to keep birds in another room. Not always possible in a trailer. Kind of like a bird going into a mine. They're more suseptable to gasses. (I switched to glass in the oven and stainless or cast iron on the stove.)

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    1. susceptible...I'll get it right. Sorry:)

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    2. Hi Bar,

      Thank you sooooo much for your "Love to read..." comment/compliment! 😎

      I promise to publish photos in the Blog today!

      Thank you also for the cookware/gas warning.

      Tioga George

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  2. Sure is nice to get things straightened out.

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    1. Hi OAT,

      You are sooooo right! Now I am going to kick-back and enjoy!

      Tioga George


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  3. We still don't have everything in the place where it belongs in this new RV

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    1. Hi Carol,

      It was much easier for me to get squared away than it was for the two of you. I have sooooo much less stuff than you.

      Recall when I had that terrible accident in 2014? I walked away from everything that I owned in order to devote myself to recovery from heart surgery.

      And when I left my Guava Gardens apartment, I gave away nearly all of the furniture. I hardly have any stuff anymore. I love that! 😍

      George


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  4. Nice grill ! That's the kind that we use on the road. There are add-on shelves for each side of it to help store your stuff while cooking. Enjoy...

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    1. Hi John,

      I don't know if you know why I bought that Weber Grill. It was to invite you and Mimi out to BBQ in the park.

      Then, out of know-where, came Twayler the trailer and my move to Apple Valley. Things happen, don't they?

      See you soon though. Scampy and I are planning a camping trip down your way!

      Bye for now,
      George


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  5. Wow. What a good job you did on those drawers! We had a trailer similar to yours. What a pain it was to get at stuff stored in those cubbies!! We weren't as smart as you!!!

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    1. Hi Rose,

      Thank you for your "good job" compliment! 😎

      Did you know that at the age of 58, I became an apprentice cabinet maker? I did not have good skill at cabinet making. But I learned how to build and install drawers!

      Tioga George

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  6. Wow, George! I am impressed. They look as good as they sounded. My father-in-law, carpenter all his life, built-in a dresser for us. The drawers were huge. Your great job reminded me of that.

    I just turned 58 (born in 1958) Glad to hear you started a new career at that age. Makes me want to start something new.

    Have a good day, George.

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