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Lets see Houses for the '08/'09 season

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How about a post for folks to show off their portables & perms. Show the interior and exterior. Would be nice to see what everyone does to their houses.

Here's the interior of my new perm



laugh Na, only kidding. I only have an Otter II but that would be sweet huh? Here's my Otter







I'm getting a perm with a couple of buddies this year. We are going in on a 10x14 that has some interior in it, but it only has lower sleepers on each side and upper bunks. Also a heater and gas light. I'm kinda looking for ideas of interiors for that size or any size house as well.

Bring on the ice!!!! laugh .......... But not for a couple of months cause I have remodeling to do first. shocked

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In addition to the Voyager I have been "pimpin" I have this camper rig. It's nothing fancy, has 5 holes,removeable wheels,great heater,works great as a home base & a place to play some poker & enjoy a beverage with friends.



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apparently that was one day where you could say the bottle bass were jumping in the house.... grin

I gotta set up and get some pics of the Otter Lodge I picked up this summer, I have to add some compartments to the sled, but can't wait...

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Here our house that we built that still needs a little work, but ready for the ice.


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No, I don't but you could check out the SnoBear HSOforum, mine is prety much the same as the ones shown there. Their 2009 models are a little different though, they lowered the floor in the center of the rig for a little more head room otherwise the layout on mine is the same. wink

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the first post cracked me up. It reminded me off a shack i stayed in on URL. It was a pull behind trailor decked out by waldoch's. It was nice but a bit overkill

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I thought I asked you not post any pics of my fish house laugh

Just kidd'n around. Here are some pics of my wheel house. My X2 isn't mod'd, but would like to someday.






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