Just like bed counts in a rural hospital as a guide to their effectiveness (it should b the trauma triage and small side resolutions), just having a pile of folks reading all this every day may or may not be a good gauge of how interesting and informative we are here.
That IS the goal, to give customers a feel of how things are going with their baby and then secondarily information and maybe just interesting stuff that someone who thought a GMC Motorhome is worth looking at would also be interested in. Anyway, that’s the mission here. I have wavered into tangents some may feel but from where I sit in this bucket of hot mess, seeing a bigger picture sometimes is challenging.
Guy, there’s no other way to put it but we primarily work on really old, already given up on by at least 1 or more previous owners, dealing with 45 years of “good intentions” and trying to do all that in a timeframe that the customer doesn’t loose his mind and we don’t loose on all the time it takes to check everything else so nothing falls add when the coach leaves. Boy, that sounds pretty negative when I read it back but so is about anything that someone describes as something they “have to do”.
Seems like going out of our way is something were less and less willing to do to make something happen. There are always unexpected results, tests that yield further work needed…….parts that must be hand made and the list goes on. I’ve always said it would be more cut-n-dried and predictable if we were working on a Toyota or something.
This is a main reason we cannot predict exactly when we will be done with one of these and other reasons probably play off that so I guess I’m saying time is what we are all blunt to.
Stuff likedwaking with rain in Floida….its never far off….brakes that just will not properly gravity bleed!
Yep, we’re in the breech today……strap in we’re in for a heavy ride. See you on the other side…… Here are Ruby’s original hand crafted steel hinged T skirts…….someone who knew what they were doing made these!..