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Old Jul 17, 2005, 8:55 AM   #1
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This is one of the most unusual summer homes I think we have up here.The guy used to live in it in the summer..complete with electricity and air conditioning.It's way up in the boonies in a little hamlet of perhaps 15 families.I'm not sure if he's still there but i recall years ago when passing thru the area he would be out on his "deck" soaking up the sun..lol.
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Old Jul 17, 2005, 8:56 AM   #2
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His deck or front porch..
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Old Jul 17, 2005, 8:57 AM   #3
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A view from his neighbours yard...lol
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Old Jul 17, 2005, 9:37 AM   #4
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WOW, Lisa that is a unusual home. It would be interesting to see what the person is like that used the home.

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Since it is a pressurized cabin it would keep the varmints out and being aluminum it would be almost maintenance free. Just don't like the aesthetics!!lol


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Old Jul 17, 2005, 5:53 PM   #6
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Having been on MANY airplanes, I'd be interested to know how he can get a couch through the door!

I'd hate to see his electric bill for keeping that thing cool. Airplanes get HOT when the air is not running.
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Operating at the hieghts they operate they are insulated and should not be hard to aircondition as they are a straight thru tube. Again, I just don't like the aesthetics>


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Operating at the hieghts they operate they are insulated and should not be hard to aircondition as they are a straight thru tube. Again, I just don't like the aesthetics>


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You ever been on the tarmac in August at the Houston George Bush International Airport? The second theA/C goes off, peoplestart gasping for air. :lol:
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Very cool ! ! I had a ride in one of those when I was a kid ...I believe its a Viscount aircraft
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Yep !! If the AC goes off you would be gettin hot. But if the AC is on it don't take many CFM's to cool it down as this is an open cylindrical container with max flow thru. LOL

With out AC it's like a smoker made from an old 55 gal. drum!!


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I still don't like the aesthetics>>>!!!!!! T-A-C-K-Y
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