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    no

    We bought our tickets on line and never made it into the welcome center.
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    Thanks

    Thanks ice for the great web site. The tour tells a lot about the drapes and paint but not much about the neat things of the house.
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    I'll go back also

    We took a self guided audio tour but I would love to take the "behind the seen" tour they offer. I think fall would be the best time to see it or maybe around Christmas. Are there any web sites about...
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    boilers

    I looked around for radiators or vents but saw nothing. I do remember though from the narrative hearing them talk about the basement being so hot because of the boilers. Funny thing is guests would...
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    as I remember

    I just got to look in for a few minutes but I didn't see an evaporator as such. The walls seemed to be wood and their were pipes that appeared to be 1" galvanized running horizontally about every...
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    didn't say

    It was a self guided audio tour so there was no one to ask. I did learn that the house is built with Indiana limestone and Indiana white oak.
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    Biltmore House

    The wife and I just got back from visiting Biltmore House in Asheville NC and it was fantastic. One of the best parts of the tour we took was to see that the house had walk in coolers in 1900. Not...
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    I agree

    Running the tile all the way to the ceiling avoids the ledge on top of the wall tile. Anywhere the water can stand, no mater how small, it will eventually penetrate.
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    it is good

    When we lived in Moscow we could go to the market and buy it in a bucket already in the marinade. My favorite is the lamb or pork. I tried one receipt but was not happy with the results. I think...
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    Green or purple

    As long as it is moisture resistant. It is my understanding (I am not a tile expert) that a rough surface tile should not be used in a bath. I think the reasoning is that the rough surface will hold...
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    yes

    I did apply for Pro membership a couple days ago. I know I will eventually get this or come up with something or some way that will work for me. I am the type that spends time with my professor out...
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    another thing to remember

    A tile base can be and is usually somewhat slick. You can get a PVC base with a non skid finish on it. If you have a place for the steam to escape, you use moisture resistant (green board) rock and...
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    Guess what

    I had a mid term tonight and one of the questions was to draw a ladder diagram of a basic furnace/cooling wiring circuit. I did as expected since I still don't get how to read a wiring diagram. The...
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    tile on cceiling

    The main thing to remember is whether steam can get out of the shower, is the shower an enclosed room itself or is there room for the steam to escape over the door. If it can't, then a drywall...
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    This is the one I was talking about. Where I...

    This is the one I was talking about. Where I checked it was very expensive. If you get a price would ou let us know how much it is? In our next house I would like to build a custom shower room.
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    I have seen a base that is available that is made...

    I have seen a base that is available that is made from foam (don't remember the manufacture) that can be custom cut to fit your area but it was veeeeery pricey. BTW are you in the Beaver Creek in the...
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    An observation

    I have been sitting here tonight reading a lot of posts and I have an observation to make. Some of you are nuts! I like that, I get tired of sites where people take themselves way to seriously.
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    consider

    If you put down a tile base it will probably be cheaper and yo can do it to a custom size but you will have to build the slope into the base. I have seen it done but never tried it. If you do it...
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    When we were in Moscow we heard about a Russian company that would set up a fake "vacation" for you so you could impress your neighbors or lie to your wife. For about $500. you could have pictures...
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    I guess

    I'm getting the feeling that being "politically correct" is not of great importance here.:LOL:

    Steve
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    dandyme Thanks, I'll check them out, but so...

    dandyme

    Thanks, I'll check them out, but so far the ones I have found on line aren't the same as what I had overseas. Maybe I just need to let it set a few weeks in the marinade LOL.

    Steve
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    Any Russians here

    OK, before you all go crazy on this thread I'm looking for a recipe for a Russian dish called shashlik. It is made with meat chunks, pork, beef, lamb, chicken, fish like salmon that are marinaded in...
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    How many days do you want the fire to burn? I...

    How many days do you want the fire to burn? I can't believe I'm sitting here trying to figure out a formula for this. I've got to get out of school.

    Steve
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    snewman24 I"m also taking basic electricity...

    snewman24

    I"m also taking basic electricity this semester so I am getting the basics of circuits. I'm not haveing trouble understanding how the circuit works, just what controls what on the...
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    the light is comming on

    It is getting clearer. If completely understanding it 100w I'm at about 25w and coming up slowly. One thing that helped me was to get some highlighters and colored loads and controls together. Thanks...
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