First: And you never know WHAT is a virus, where they come from and why….. u know never open something that looks weird (yeah what’s that mean even!) but I got a message… IT might even be some worm that I’m supposed to tell anyone that opens up something about the Pope coming from me is a virus. Look, I’m Southern Baptist so I sure ain’t sending you anything about the Pope so to be safe and understanding it could be that funny…. do not open something from me about the Pope….. so there it is… maybe we shall live now…… be right back……
OK so I don’t know if it’s true, untrue, a virus itself but I know you get this crap too….. moving on:
As I’ve said many times, the inside of the entry door makes that first impression whenever someone “looks” at your interior. I like doing different things with this inside door panel… hey you remember Cal’s where some gator (not really) gave the shirt off his back for the door or this logo laden door treatment Anyway, Bill’s door is done and I think fitting for the name “Fandango”. Here’s the lower panel with seat color material and a maroon stripe that is lined up with the outside paint layout…. There’s a glossy wood kickpanel at the bottom with the refinished large wood handle and a raised soft pad black stripe that again matches the exterior paint scheme.. . Here’s the door with the blackout cell shade up then down it’s a total blackout shade with no strings Ah but here’s the neaqt part. Say you’re in the coach standing there in your scivvys and there’s a knock at the door… what do ya do? Crack open the door? Oh no, drop the top of the cell shade and eyeball the menace This is called a “top down, bottom up” no string (to pull) blackout not pleated but a strong cellular shade design. A very cool thing……..
Oh and being a rear bath 23′ Birchaven….. do you open the rear bland as a true exebitionist or would it be better to save your pride and open the blind like this Bill can do that…. I do think the interior with a tinge of blue looks nice Still waiting for the vacuum form door and drawer fronts take a look at the rewooded woven rear bathroom folding curtain and the cell shades are now all in.
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