(BUT FIRST THIS IS THE COVER OF TODAY’S BULLETIN AT UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH….
(Josh & Stephen are our twin grandsons, we are very proud of them)
NOW TO CONTINUE WITH TODAY’S ENTRY:
I love coming home….
Honest, I like it, I make plans as we travel for what would be nice back at our home base. Now that we are here I am putting legs to those plans. One problem we have had for years is storage. When we first decided to live full time we put our house up for sale. Get rid of every thing in the hose and basement and travel light.
First the house did not sale (a blessing in disguise), second calling in family and saying, “Take any and every thing you want, we are emptying the house.” We got “Okay!” but actually nothing was taken except an old worn out stereo set.
So there was a rub. I am too cheap to pay $200 a month for storage, so I looked at an alternate, we bought a 53’x8’ trailer, for $1500. I figured that would pay for itself in a year. Knowing me and my crazy ideas, this full time traveling stuff in a motor home might not last more than a year. So we stored our ‘STUFF’ in a trailer and moved it onto some acreage we owned near by. It was in the woods so there was no problem with zoning, but 13 yrs ago.
We figured it is past time to get rid of a lot of that stuff and get it out of the rats and snakes way in the woods. Time to put any good stuff left in proper storage. That is what the storage building is all about.
As an additional help, I plan to plumb it for a full size washer and dryer we can use when here at our home base. I thought about a full size shower, but that can wait.
Anyway now the floor is in place:
Also, I have the rear high enough, after a little digging, for the mowers and yard tools:
Mark will start the framing Monday. I am looking forward for this part. As a builder I loved framing. Mark and I alone could frame and dry-in 1600 sq ft house in less than 5 days. It was a fun job.
Thanks for coming by the log.
PS: Thanks for the keyboard advice, I think I hit some too hard with my fingernails.
Why didn’t Tarzan have a beard when he lived in the jungle without a razor?
Sherry in our first RV
I built our first RV, a pop-up camper. And we towed it with the Rambler in the back ground.
This was a camp site on the Blue Ridge parkway! (It leaked like a sieve!)