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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote usmcpmi Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Feb. 2018 at 2:03pm
Rockport is about 3 hrs from Austin...we should have the beach house put back together by summer...just sayin' 😉
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Careful what you wish for!   

She don't play when it comes to beaches.

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Very nice trailer. I'd like to build one like that with a propane fridg and a heater that heats just the floor of the tent, A solar panel, battery, an LED light or two, water tank, and a sink. I like the way you clamped it to the long pc's to keep it straight while welding. I've stored that in the memory bank.
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...yes, my current welding table isn't large enough to lay out large projects. We mostly use established camping areas, so we can go as light as possible. Next planned trip is a scuba circuit through Florida this summer. 
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