I’ve screwed around for an hour not knowing if its posting, if it did lets give it a rest… if not come back ing the morning… technology got me, see yeall tomorrow…
OK, having the technology and knowing what to do with it…. same problem with having the part for your coach then not knowing anything about how to install, adjust and maintain it. Could be finger size my guess I was to impatience how much more time it takes to make the smart phone do everything the lap top here does… forwhatever reason this post yesterday evening was a bust… sorry guys I’ll try and pick it up, it’s a story that started out with an awesome statement I feel many of you will appreciate and enjoy but looking back on yesterday this morning there is a twist to the story. Stories can be novels unless they have a point.. I hope I can pass on the point I wanted to make… so here goes:
Oh, some actualy GMC content did creep into the story compliments of Janie so maybe if you strap in it won’t be too scary…
So I left things yesterday morning working to get out that exciting news abou the driver slider window but then I was eating into my theropy time on the morning bike ride and I bailed after geting the news of the day out. I also wanted at least you guys who come here to know that Facebook suaree was percipitated by another but in I hope expected red neck form… I won’t put up with somes actions, that was solved… until things straighten out you won’t see posts like that mucking up Billy’s awesom Facebook site which is exactly why I support that page so much. There’s no room in this august group for negative vibrations and so that was handled.. thank you Billy.
From there it was hit the road and I will tell you in the fewest words I can conjure up… I feel or at least felt much better after the short 35 or so mile ride. The first stop was the locak gas port for a full tank of cheap 92 octane and for me a 16oz. Coke and a bag of peanuts. This is an ancient southern delicasy, one swig and then pour those salty beans into the secret swill mix that Coke protects as their eliker of happyness. Yes, you get all of your important food groups… cafeen, carmel color, protein, salt, and all that liquid.. hey, it’s gotta be good for you.. gets me going but anyway… a full tank of fuel on a beautiful morning even IF it was delayed somewhat… an awesome running set of wheels, a low windshield as to not to miss any lovebugs in your teeth…. right, lets hit the road here you see a happy man.
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OK, I’m back with a few pics… So here is what made me feel better… for a bit… yesterday, it’s like “1/2 pack of cigarettes.. full tank of gas… it’s dark and we’re wearing sunglasses.. We’re on a mission from God… hit it” Hey the total ride was only 35 miles but the relief quotient was huge! Rode to a place I call the end of the road.. it’s not really but with no one there and being access for the St. John’s water management canal system, it’s my place if you know what I mean A short walk along the canal and you forget all that’s on your mind. Heading home I stopped for a dozen eggs and some flowers for Janie… I mean the eggs need to get scrambled somehow! I mean only scouts eat my food in the wood cause there isn;t anything else… So after an awesome Sunday brunch Janie surprised me with a question…. How bout lets take “Larry” out to Moss Park and watch the Blood Moon tonight? WOW, talk Larry out.. hang out in the woods… watch the moon tonight… that’s like the old days going to the beach to watch the “mud monsters” eat the surf!!! We tucked Larry in to a beautiful spot plugged in and awning set.. man I like this coach I love how it blends right in to the surroundings… So we took the chairs out on to the dock, set up camp and waiting for the blood moon Got there early, Janie has pics of our campsite there on the doack.. It got dark, the clouds moved it, it rained a little and all we saw was a blob for a while… hey, it was still fun… this morning I woke up to sniffles… it’s now a summer cold… Great!
Feeling like crap this morning, I walked over to Kevin’s cocoon anto show him the prototype driver slider… to his credit he did stop and gave me 5 minutes and looked at it… he’ll be doing the fitting but being true to form he went right back on the wet sand and buff out of Ron K. “MoHo” bumpers “Stay on Task” and I can’t knock that. So bear with me while I get Kevin involved in the driver slider project.
So at least I got the pose this morning belted out. The outcome of an awesome weekend.. a summer cold for me, I’m hammered. Got one other thing I need to do this morning and I may just go home. Jay M. said to and he’s a medical professional.. I probably need to listen!
Guys have a great day, I may not be able to scan Facebook for a day so watch out for the Green Meanies, Call Sgt. Pepper if it gets out of hand and I’ll be standing by. Remember we get what we need not what we want so lets be pleased with that and treat folks as you want to be treated. See ya later….