These are the coolest vintage enamel space saving boat pans / serving bowls. Yo…

These are the coolest vintage enamel space saving boat pans / serving bowls. You hook on handle and bowls become a saute pan. The nest nicely inside of each other and hardly take up any space. and they store underneath your princess lid when it's shut. They are Emo Celje and are about $20 a set all over eBay (just make sure you get a set that includes a handle). they've been in business for about a hundred years and don't make this particular set anymore but you can get newer products directly from them if you happened to go to Slovenia.





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Posted by Cindy Chebultz on Friday, January 17, 2020

So I still have a working rotisserie in my princess stove … But it appears som…

So I still have a working rotisserie in my princess stove … But it appears somewhere along the way the rod was lost. Does anybody else still have theirs and is that all I’m missing??? #missginger



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So I still have a working rotisserie in my princess stove … But it appears somewhere along the way the rod was lost. Does anybody else still have theirs and is that all I'm missing??? #missginger

Posted by Cindy Chebultz on Saturday, January 4, 2020

What’s something creative I can do to cover these holes since there’s no televis…

What’s something creative I can do to cover these holes since there’s no television here anymore??? I was hoping it was just one neat hole that I could put a bung in I’d like to not have the cable or anything sticking up anymore.



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Posted by Cindy Chebultz on Thursday, January 2, 2020

After putting down laminate flooring I need some hatch and stairs trim … This …

After putting down laminate flooring I need some hatch and stairs trim … This pic is the only original existing hatch trim left on the boat to try to match … will the two options from Amazon work ok Albert Bartkus



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Posted by Cindy Chebultz on Tuesday, December 3, 2019

What should our next Project be?

What should our next Project be? Many of you know about Ginger (1967 45′ Connie) and The Professor (1962 44′ Roamer) … We have our next project in mind, but what do you think it should be? You can enter your own options!

What should our next Project be?

What should our next Project be? Many of you know about Ginger (1967 45' Connie) and The Professor (1965 44' Roamer) … We have our next project in mind, b

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What should our next Project be? Many of you know about Ginger (1967 45′ Connie) and The Professor (1962 44′ Roamer) ……

Posted by Cindy Chebultz on Monday, December 2, 2019

So this faucet has never had cold water (since I got the boat). The copper pipe …

 

So this faucet has never had cold water (since I got the boat). The copper pipe had froze and expanded and it has been plugged in the bilge. I’m thinking I need a 1/2″ FIP at both ends? (It’s a faucet size connector in the bilge) In 7′ length?? Or what’s the best solution??

 



 

So this faucet has never had cold water (since I got the boat). The copper pipe had froze and expanded and it has been…

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When the time springs forward or falls back is when you are supposed to check your bilge pumps, smoke detectors and CO2 monitors

 

When the time springs forward or falls back is when you are supposed to check your bilge pumps, smoke detectors and CO2 monitors… I’m a little behind, but don’t forget!!!

 



When the time springs forward or falls back is when you are supposed to check your bilge pumps, smoke detectors and CO2 monitors… I'm a little behind, but don't forget!!!

Posted by Cindy Chebultz on Friday, November 29, 2019

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The things you find cleaning out the boat. This was the thermostat that used to…

 

The things you find cleaning out the boat. This was the thermostat that used to turn on all of the exposed household 110 light bulbs when it got too cold in the engine room #missginger

 


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Someone asked about buying bungs … Here’s some info on how to make them

Someone asked about buying bungs … Here’s some info on how to make them



Someone asked about buying bungs … Here's some info on how to make them

Posted by Cindy Chebultz on Tuesday, November 19, 2019

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So when we hauled the boat across Texas and took everything off the top they dis…

So when we hauled the boat across Texas and took everything off the top they disconnected the wires from the bus bar in the spotlight instead of just unplugging it in the helm, we still can't figure out how to get it wired back together and installed. Anyone have a picture? My manual doesn't tell this?? UPDATE:: I added a photo for future reference!!



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