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Old 04-06-2003, 09:30 PM
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Thanks everyone. We are going with a turn-key package. We hope to move in by the fall.
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Brian Congrats on the new place. Log cabins are cool. Make sure you get plenty of head room in the basement if you plan to finish. Remember to account for plumbing and what not when you figure on required ceiling heights. You would not believe how many people over look this. If you have any questions on the technology wireing let me know and I will help ya out as best I can.

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Brian congrats on the house. Now you will need to have a house warming party.
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Funny you guys keep mentioning it. My intention is to be able to have winter storage for several boats.
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Brian, go big or go home on the toy box. Mine is 30X40 with a 14' high door. 40X50 would have been nicer

.....oh yeah, congrats on the house plans too!

Hope you already have your plans stamped and a builder contract signed. We started in January figuring that was "plenty" of time before breaking ground in June. We are still srambling to stay on track.

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Congratulations, Brian and Neda.

Good luck with everything.

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Brian, congrats!! It's good to see that the toy box is going to be double the size of the house. That's how it should be!!
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thats great brain we wish you and neda the best thanks for the e mail looking forward to the to the toy house warming party robbie and allison
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