……I mean we get up in the morning expecting just a few things to get the day going………you fire up the beast and……no post here!
§§ΩΩΩθθ. Shalzbot ……. and now the coffee doesn’t taste right……..
Hey, it effects me too! I tell you Covid 19 seems to make the grass really growthe back yard at Ormond Beach……and then there is my back yardIt’s green but it’s no the “grass” you want! I’ve just had so much focus at the shop full timing at the shop in JayGee……..life is getting stance in many directionsHey, we’ll get thru this all too and I’ll try and remember not posting effects more than just me.
So this past week was a good onean upright aluminum fuel tank under the queen bed in Chris renovationanother option.
Finally got a descent shot of the recent arrival. A descent well kept and loved coach. We’re bringing it up to a more reliable road machine. The mechanical review came out really well, the coach HAS been kept well……….follow this project when it gets thru the Que………..
Ok, so Janie and I are having a “socially distanced” day at the house. No matter how comfortable JayGee is, it’s nice to take a shower …..at the house and the big screen IS nice! Guess I STILL can’t say I’m a TOTAL full timer……ha….busted!
See ya tomorrow
To those of you who seek knowledge about this GMC fenom on Facebook, I’d like you to recognize the decision Mike P. made to stop his project proves he is a very deep thinker with specific tastes and a realistic view on having a GMC. If you haven’t taken time to read it I think you should. He brought up many really good points on GMC ownership not the least the time they take from you if you DIY. Folks that bring their coach to us agree they want a nice machine and they could probably build it……but the time……wether I do it or you time is the life and money sucking pig of the world. With the pandemic and all else going on time is something I feel has become much more valuable. These coaches are not complicated…..but there’s just so many things to consider. What has happened here is not that unusual….its not a negative reflection on the person rather it shows a good understanding of having a worry free machine in this size and quality takes to put together. You also must drink the punch and have the love for the machine no matter what. That’s a huge commitment! So I say hats off to Mike, these machines aren’t for everyone and the question never is what to fix but where to stop!
This is our struggle here every day. Time and experience need to come together, we’re working on that……………