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Old 09-27-2007, 04:52 PM
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Default N200LZ: Chillin' in Nebraska

Well the cooler weather is showing up and has spoiled a couple 'Plane Days' for me so I'm moving into my winter quarters.

When I built my house, I put in some pre-stressed concrete decking as the floor for my garage which left me with a 740 sq. ft. basement underneath it. The regular basement is a walkout with double doors so most everything will fit in and out.
The area beneath the garage (affectionatly called 'The Bunker') also has a double door entry. That is the only opening in the entire area so it's a no brainer when it comes to figuring the heating costs.
No doubt the effort to move everything down there will translate into more building days.

My goal is a chapter per month. I'm planning on flying to RR in 2008!
So far I'm on track but who knows.
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Old 09-27-2007, 08:19 PM
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TMann,
Yes, a place to build in the winter is a must. I just got a quote to insulate my attic above the garage as I already installed a forced air heater last year.

Wow! getting your long flying by RR 2008 would be spectacular.
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