The secretary told me the machine shop had just called and the head was ready to be picked up. (We were hoping the head had been done two days before and they were buttoning it up), but that was not the case.
So I am hoping that Monday the mech will be putting the engine back together. When I see all the parts, power booster, manifolds, fuel lines, electrical stuff, nuts and bolts that have to go back in it, I hope they don't leave anything out. LOL I was hoping for last Friday, now I am hoping for Tuesday or Wednesday at the latest. They have had the coach for two weeks now, WE MISS OUR HOME!
WE have had a good visit with the family. Stella has a new hideout over by the tractor. There is a mail box and she now has a 'Secret Friend' ;-) who leaves her mail.
We have missed only two days walking 4-5 miles. Sherry is enjoying her old school mates and folks she has known all her life.
I have finished a book, it is now being edited/proofed. This one is entitled "The Appalachian Trail" sub title "Over 2000 Smiles (and a few groans). This one has generated a lot of interest, it is a historical novel. (My mind is gone, I think I have already put that in the blog) If I have told it, blame it on being homeless for two weeks.
Anyway that is where we stand, just waiting. At least we have a swing, and a great place to crash.
History, in December 1955 I had already been kicked back from joining the USMC underage. And January of 1956 would try again, this time make it at the age of 17.
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Rosa was one brave lady, no matter what your stand. To refuse to give up her seat in the 1950's.