On Sunday we had driven the RV to the windshield repair shop and dropped it off so they could take the necessary measurements to order a new one on Monday morning. This is an insurance claim so not out of pocket, for a change. Unfortunately, we weren't able to leave it for too long as it is a shared parking lot.
Timing the RV move to the shop was difficult because both my son and brother's jobs are pretty much 24/7 so its hard to pin them down to a time. However, he was oddly available so we took advantage of the opportunity and moved the rig over. Only problem with this park spot is the potential for mice... we'll be doing some kerfuffling today around the rig to hopefully protect it. I have already stuffed holes with steel wool but every little bit helps considering all of our stuff is in it and I'm sure as hell not emptying it out just for a few weeks.
Brad wants to make some inquiries about a proper RV parking spot today, so I'll call around for an indoor storage, however, getting the RV out of the yard will be just as complex as getting it in was... and when we were driving in and I made calls, you may recall there was nothing available...
Brad went for his weekly massage and before he returned Tiger Auto had called to say the Jeep was ready... so we scooted over there to pick her up...
Lifted 2 inches
Our tire and rim guy called to say he could move us up a week and get them put on on Friday, bonus!
At least that black Jeep is much more stealth than the highway department yellow one.ReplyDelete
Oh no! My yellow vehicles are becoming a trademark... besides, they match my hair ;)Delete
Sounds like things are turning around.ReplyDelete
What does 'lifted' mean?
We had the Jeep raised 2 inches to accommodate larger tires for off-roading. Not my idea...Delete
It is gonna be nice when done and then off road you can go.ReplyDelete
Yes that’s the idea although I’m sure you know - definitely not MY idea... it’ll look pretty cool anyway and every 50+ has to look cool, right?! LOLDelete