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Old 10-08-2012, 10:15 AM   #171
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@MKRyan... That was a "Community Center" i.e. sales office for a new land development. And, yes it is kinda fun working out of the SMB, so that I can pay for some SMB stuff. That was my fourth "work" project out of it and it is remarkably efficient and handy as a work "tool", plus, all BS aside, I don't spend nearly as much money as a hotel/restaurant trip costs.

@Gnarvan... what in the world makes you think I would ever slop finish?

I'll report this: I didn't wear cutoff T's much in Florida, they have noseeums at dawn and dusk so bad that you'll wear full coverage clothing AND a fullsize damp towel over your head if you have to set foot outside. Cut off sleeves do go on the ragpile in the shop, Christine and I have never thrown away a piece of clothing with out it seeing shop duty or second life as Irene's doghouse bedding.
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Old 10-08-2012, 06:57 PM   #172
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Enjoyed the video but it looked like you got a little "board" without Christine being there
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Old 10-08-2012, 08:21 PM   #173
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It just occurred to me that using your SMB for work may be sacrilegious.

SMBs are for fun and travel, not work.

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Old 10-10-2012, 12:53 PM   #174
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Thanks for another fun video Christine. Thanks for sharing your adventures with us even if you weren't along for that one.

The only thing I was waiting for....the table is bigger than what? Who's head?
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Old 10-10-2012, 02:41 PM   #175
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OK so we are a few days behind watching this, we missed it somehow...

Yet another in the long line of great feature movies from the Taylor Arts Motion Picture Studios.
I would like to thank the camera people, actors and of course the editors for doing such a fine job to entertain us once again. It also needs to be said that these movies have really great music and are very uplifting and can put a smile on your face every time...

Thanks as always...
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Old 10-18-2012, 06:46 PM   #176
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Awesome!!!
Thanks Christine. Your videos are make me smile and yearn for our next trip.



Great job on the re-model. Super simple, yet VERY functional. Now I just need to stop looking at your re-model and resist the temptation to gut mine...
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Old 10-22-2012, 07:23 PM   #177
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NEW MOVIE from Christine!!! Join us as we go to "Cruisin' the Coast" with Chopperguy and twogone.

An unbelievable automotive event that Chopperguy had posted about in his thread "Roadtrip - Mississippi Gulf Coast." Christine and I filmed waaaaay more than our usual odds and ends and still barely scratched the surface of this amazing 16-year-running auto show.

Saw a Delivery Van (like a bread company or Fedex might use) completely plated in chrome, 2 different F650 "giant" pickups doing full-on tire smoking burnouts, and an exact scaled-up replica of a Radio-Flyer red wagon the size of an extended cab pick-up. And on and on and on. The vehicles all rolled, instead of sitting around with their hoods open. This show is a must-do, and we'll be back next year!

Chopperguy and twogone were the only 4wd vans in the entire turnout... y'all come down for the next one. Here's the video, tell Christine what you think about it!

http://vimeo.com/51941125
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Old 10-22-2012, 08:08 PM   #178
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Great video Christine. You have once again outdone yourself. How you do it, I have no idea, but your video wizardry is awesome! We definitely had a great time and it is apparent through the video. For those of y'all that love vehicles, this is a must see event. Hope to see y'all next year!
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Old 10-22-2012, 08:22 PM   #179
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Another great video! Looks like everyone was having a good time. Lots and lots of cars. You should have taken the SMBs for a cruise along the beach. Not as vintage, but they would have turned a few heads.
Thanks for the video Christine! You done good!

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Old 10-22-2012, 08:28 PM   #180
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That was yet another great video, but I'm especially partial to the part starting at around 6:45 in the video.


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