I am still working on that “rush” job. I started this small job way back on November 5th and it turned out not to be such a small job. I have worked every day except the day I purchased the Class-A and last Friday, when I took it in to get the oil and filters changed in the main engine and the generator. That, of course took longer than expected. At 09:00 I got started getting ready to take the RV down to Camperland, located just south of Conroe. Got it running and disconnected and made it down there by 10:00. They said it would take two hours, but by noon they had not finished and the guy that was doing the work went on lunch break for an hour. Finally got it done and headed back to the house. It was easy getting it out. Just make sure everything was unhooked, open the gate, and go. Getting back in was a different story.
I had to move the Class-C motor-home, which meant disconnecting it and moving it way up the driveway almost to the gate. (I have an elongated loop section of drive way near my house.) Then I had to move the Jeep, since it was sitting in my front yard where I have to pull up in to make my three or four back-ups to get the new one wrapped around and back in its parking spot. Had my wife come out with the walkie-talkies and help me get past that leaning tree. That took a few back-ups and pull forwards to clear it. BTW, a tree guy is supposed to call me about taking down that three. My wife says she does not want me to do it. Don’t know why, I have cut down lots of trees. I used to pound a stick in the ground and try to drop the tree I was cutting onto the stick. Hit it almost all of the time, even if the tree was leaning another direction. Now she says I am too old. I just want you to know I am not too old, but I am getting lazy so will have the guy give me a quote. If it is close to the price of new chain saw, I will go with him; a lot easier, right?
I guess I took a long way around just to say I got to get to work. I want to finish this project up this week. (Yeah, famous last words) You all have a great new week now, you hear?