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hello Gary, There’s no easy way to repair the damage but it can be done. You may have to jack up the sides to replace the damaged areas of the sill plate, b ut be sure to add some ell shaped brackets to attach the walls securely to the new material used for the sill plates.
I recommend books that are easy to read with many pictures of things that spur on their imagination. Magazines of their favourite sports, favourite stars or singers or whomever is their latest idol. This is for a bit older trog of course and you will have some peace as they like to read some of the articles over and over again.
Thank you for this article! I have looked at so many articles and videos online over the last few days to try to get information on repairing damaged roof/ceiling and interior walls. I found your article very informative and easy to follow. We are beginning to demo a 5th wheel that was left on property we recently purchased, and I will be referring to your articles as we go. Appreciate you sharing your knowledge and projects.
I know many of you love to wear those travel pants with all the packets but you look ridiculous in it in the evening. You also announce to the whole world, I’m a tourist. I don’t deny its practicality and if you have enough space for heaven’s sake bring one but no other apparel item can match the light, washable pair of black slacks.
You’re missing an important website for the St. George and Southern Utah Area! It’s It helps you find local events, activities, and information just for Kids and Families in the area. It also has information on hiking and biking trails that are Kid-Friendly.