I bought a camper (kinda)

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Re: I bought a camper (kinda)

Post by zelph » Sat Oct 19, 2013 10:59 pm

This is the one I won for 5.00, not an origo but a usa made Kenyon:



http://www.ebay.com/itm/Kenyon-Alcohol- ... true&rt=nc
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Re: I bought a camper (kinda)

Post by steamjam » Wed Oct 23, 2013 8:00 pm

zelph wrote:This is the one I won for 5.00, not an origo but a usa made Kenyon:



http://www.ebay.com/itm/Kenyon-Alcohol- ... true&rt=nc
Hmm interesting

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Re: I bought a camper (kinda)

Post by zelph » Wed Oct 23, 2013 8:44 pm

Tomorrow I'll fire it up and see how it burns. I'll do some photos also. It's suppose to be warmer and sunny :D

Do you have a stove for your camper?
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Re: I bought a camper (kinda)

Post by zelph » Wed Dec 11, 2013 2:07 am

I never did get my new stove fired up :( not enough time in a day/week/month :lol:

How ya doin on your new camper Steamjam????
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Re: I bought a camper (kinda)

Post by steamjam » Sun Dec 22, 2013 8:35 pm

zelph wrote:I never did get my new stove fired up :( not enough time in a day/week/month :lol:

How ya doin on your new camper Steamjam????
Everythings going well.. :) Been looking around to upgrade to a high top Dodge.

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Re: I bought a camper (kinda)

Post by zelph » Mon Dec 23, 2013 10:37 am

Get it before spring so you can have it ready. In the year 2014 spend most of it out and about on some high adventures enjoying mother nature at her finest. :D

Good luck on your search! Good to see you ;)
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Re: I bought a camper (kinda)

Post by steamjam » Tue Dec 24, 2013 11:07 am

zelph wrote:Get it before spring so you can have it ready. In the year 2014 spend most of it out and about on some high adventures enjoying mother nature at her finest. :D

Good luck on your search! Good to see you ;)
Thanks! Unlike past winters, this winter has been uber busy for me.. :( Haven't had the time to do much stove stuff this year as I have been gearing up for this spring which is going to be pretty exciting. I'm moving again. This time onto my buddy's In-the-middle-of-freaking-NO-WHERE lemon ranch up the coast to live in my yet-to-be-purchased high top camper in exchange for some welding and be a part time bee keeper. Welding is easy, but I have NO IDEA how to be a bee keeper. I'm cutting my hours out on the RR, (The place is driving me crazy-ape-bonkers anyways!)and going back to art school. I won't be pulling switches, diggin ditches, and dodge'in pitches as much anymore.

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Re: I bought a camper (kinda)

Post by zelph » Tue Dec 24, 2013 9:23 pm

That would be cool if you were to become a great welding artist. Seriously!!! I really like welded art forms.

Bee keeping is easy, you'll like it. A "lemon ranch".... a grove of lemon trees? I can envision a huge colony of bees needed to polinate all the blossoms out there. At times here in Illinois I will see a flat bed semi trailer with a load of active behives which are covered with a mesh to retain the bees going down the freeway. They being transported to groves to polinate orchards.

I had 4 hives at one time long long ago. It was fun, You'll like it.

Best of luck on your new adventure. :D
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Re: I bought a camper (kinda)

Post by steamjam » Fri Dec 27, 2013 10:08 pm

I'm just excited! Not so much dodging pitches in the freaking rain covered in mud freezing my *ss off! Much less crappy diggin culverts while trying not to get killed by falling trees! A WHOLE LOT LESS of climbing trees to cut down widow makers when the wind catches you and sways the tree 4-10 feet side to side while your 200-300 feet in the air!

I'm getting too old for that stuff.

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Re: I bought a camper (kinda)

Post by zelph » Sat Dec 28, 2013 5:48 pm

I agree, the sooner you can get away from that, the better. Don't like swingin in the breeze at 300 feet goin 10 feet this way and then 10 feet thatta way....no way joezay :mrgreen:
dodge'in pitches
What is dodgen pitches?
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