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Super cool, I got a ton of ideas from your project.I think I would have used a torch to get the paint off, but I'm ironic that way.
It aired on the travel channel, it's been on for 5-6 years.They could have used more rigs like yours because they went to theMillion dollar mobile mansions and I think no body could relate to.Have you thought of trying solar power?
We used to make this all the time great reminder, I do think it tastes better from a mason jar though.A great flavor is to add a little peach tea to the regular.
Gorgeous work my friend, having built 4 trailers I know how much work is involved, I wish extreme RVs had not been cancelled I have contacts for the show.If you think the curved roof was tough look at my last one.Atomic camper.
I would suggest slowing the air flow, if it passes to quickly over the ice there simply isn't enough time to absorb the heat.Also causing the air to flow over a greater surface area will help.Small cubes or baffles that force the air to remain in contact with the ice longer.
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