Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Just a little water leak

Short and sweet as Friend Lucy says… We were busy all day yesterday looking for a leak in Mark’s house.


Finally found the problem was the faucets themselves.  I am not a fan of working under the cabinets.  How many times can you bump your head before you remember to be careful?


Anyway the leak is stopped and most of the repair work is done.  Tired and worn, but it feels good.

Thanks for coming by the log.

Nite Shipslog


be back in a day or so….


1916 Packard

1916 Packard above

1916 Chevrolet below



Paula said...

Lucky Mark, didn't have to hire a plumber. He owes you. Take care.

Chatty Crone said...

I hope your son appreciates what a wonderful man you are - dad you are.

Anonymous said...

So... how many times? LOL, I guess that was a rhetorical question. Once, my husband had a sore on his knee that wouldn't heal. I was worried. Come to find out, he kept banging it in the same way. I think he kept banging his head on the door of his pickup camper shell. I said, "It looks like eventually you would learn." LOL, WRONG thing to say!
Glad you got that leak fixed. I hate leaks.

bonnie k.

Sara S. said...

You should ask my Mom that question, how many hits to the head before you learn to be careful. We tried to figure it out one day, how many serious hits to the head she has had over the years and we gave up counting! lol I do hope that you have learned your lesson to be careful, I don't think Mom did! Stay sweet.

shirl72 said...

I am always hitting my head on the
cabinets or my leg on one I forgot
to close. I guess we just get to
busy doing the job we are doing
and forget to duck...How about wearing a helmet or hard hat when working under the sink hahahaha

betty said...

Glad you did find the leak, but sorry it was in such an inconvenient place. Now I know why plumbers charge so much with the tiny spaces they sometimes have to work in.

do get some rest and thanks for the welcome back :)



PLUMBING always brings problems. Good luck fixing the leak.

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Plumbing is never easy. I'm fortunate enough to have one of my son's to help me when I've had problems. Working under a sink is no fun at all. I know he's bumped his head more than once. Take care !