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    Boxing everything up for the big move into the new house..

    Boxing up all of the smaller stuff.. and taking it over this week.
    Then next week, The moving company will bring over the big stuff (couch, bed, Ect..) Very awesome!

    Not bad for $115..



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    Congratulations

    Don't forget to label all your boxes and put the things you'll need ASAP in their own boxes.

    One thing I've done that's helped a lot is to number each box and record what's going into it. If you haven't unpacked everything a couple weeks later and forget what went where you just look at your list.

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    You in Columbia?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JC View Post
    You in Columbia?
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    grats! try not to lose anything!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amro View Post
    grats! try not to lose anything!
    Nope, got each box label, just like last time..

    Decided to open up my computers and clean them out really well before,
    moving them. Making a nice happy network in house is going to be a nice project.
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    nice looking.. hope one big project is a new deck on the back...that should fit it pretty good. Perhaps a stair way up from the deck and put a upstairs door in for fire escape purposes?

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