Thursday, December 20, 2018

68-Days To Soup

9:35 am:
It was 68-days ago that a Ford 2007 Box Van came into my life. On that day Saturday, October 13, 2018, Box Van was only a vision in my mind.

And yesterday evening, around 11 pm, I prepared soup on my gas range!

Wow! Double wow with sugar on it!

68-days to clam chowder soup!






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    1. Stephen,

      And don't forget.....
      ....double wow with sugar on it!

      George

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  2. Now that it looks as if you have a livable setup, how’s the composting toilet working out?
    Bill

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    1. Bill,

      Let me answer you this way:

      "Why any RVer would choose to have a black water tank over a composting toilet is beyond my understanding!!"

      George

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  3. I posted about your beautiful stove unit, but I posted to the wrong day. Anyway, I am jealous that it looks so solid!

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  4. Congrats George...you did it! If I had skills like you, I'd have a yurt with all the amenities on my rez land :-) with solar, wind power and everything. BTW why not build your own murphy bunk bed? When you fold it up out pops a little bench to sit on.

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    1. Rita,

      Thank you! 😎

      I am busy with other construction. My bed will come later.

      George

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  5. P.S. BTW is all the appliance and weight on one side of box van? Just curious since the sink and stove seem to be in the same area...the fresh water storage and propane in granny area...what's on the other side?

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    1. Rita,

      Box Van was a former U-Haul moving truck and has a gross weight of 14,000 lbs.

      Just stay tuned in for what will be on the other side.

      George

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    2. Most streets slope towards the curb. Placing all of the heavy stuff will make the van more level as the leftward lean cancels out the street crown. 😅

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  6. George

    Do you anticipate any loss of cooling in the fridge because of the closeness of the oven?

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    1. Steve,

      Maybe. But only while the oven is on. Which will not be often.

      George

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