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Old 01-06-2006, 08:54 AM   #11
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I solved the beer in the back of the fridge problem. I got a second fridge for the garage and it has nothing *but* beer in it. :D

Add that to the bar fridge in the basement and I'm set. ;)
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Old 01-06-2006, 05:37 PM   #12
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The new refrigerator came today, and HB has gone to the hardware store to get fittings to hook up the icemaker. I hope he doesn't have to make too many more trips.
It is beautiful! Can't wait to get it loaded up.
Thing being, it's right next to the door, and that gleaming stainless steel makes my door look awfully shabby. It's going to have to be painted, pronto.

By the way, Phinz, we already had a beer fridge in the garage. Now we'll have two of them. It'll be handy for parties, though...I'm always needing extra refrigerator space for hors d'ouevre trays and such.
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