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Old August 22nd, 2002, 07:08
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Our House, is a very very very fine house...

To those who didn't know, Gina and I have been working on buying a home, and today we finally got word that everything's in order for us to move forward to closing! We're extremely happy with the place, it's an end unit townhome in a great community, and as you all can understand I'm thrilled cause it has a 1 car garage!

For those who don't know, garages add about 20K to a house around here, and this place is a real find. So without further ado, here is our new home! We move in on the 7th of Sept!
[img:587f9e6c3a]http://www.tkigd.com/data/house.jpg[/img:587f9e6c3a]
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Old August 22nd, 2002, 08:26
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Hmmm. Garage door doesn't look tall enough to fit the XJ inside. You weren't going to leave it on the street, were you? :shock:

Congratulations to both of you - best of luck with the new digs.

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Old August 22nd, 2002, 08:29
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[quote:6c1a0bdfcc="Mike in NJ"]Hmmm. Garage door doesn't look tall enough to fit the XJ inside. You weren't going to leave it on the street, were you? :shock:

Congratulations to both of you - best of luck with the new digs.

Mike in NJ[/quote:6c1a0bdfcc]

Thanks! and no, it won't fit in the Garage. Likely the CJ will get the garage, and our two vehicles will be in the driveway. The XJ [b:6c1a0bdfcc]might[/b:6c1a0bdfcc] fit now, but once the 5" lift goes on there' s now way it will. Regardless I'll be able to setup my tools and workbench in there cause the garage is pretty deep.
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congrats bro, one of these days i'll have to come down and check it out.
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Old August 24th, 2002, 12:05
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Congrats Tim!!

Looks beautiful.
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Old August 24th, 2002, 16:59
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Old August 25th, 2002, 23:20
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Wow. There's even a porch with a view of the driveway. Looks like Gina will be able to keep an eye on you.

Congratulations. One of the many blessings of home-ownership is that it will give you the added opportunity of buying even more tools.
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Old August 27th, 2002, 13:42
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[quote:95b312c1c3="yardape"]Wow. There's even a porch with a view of the driveway. Looks like Gina will be able to keep an eye on you.

Congratulations. One of the many blessings of home-ownership is that it will give you the added opportunity of buying even more tools.[/quote:95b312c1c3]

How right you are! Gina has already decided on the housing decor, and I've already laid out the garage decor . I guess this explains why I've been off the chart in most ways. Joel I'll drop you a line later on about that wheel if you haven't already disposed of it. Eitherway I've gotta come get it from ya,
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