Friday, February 11, 2011

Slow Day At The Plantation

‘Twas cold and overcast outside so we hunkered down inside for the day.  But, good news, the weather dudes are calling for a warm up beginning today with temperatures in the 70’s next week – Yay Groundhog.  Maybe an early spring afterall.

Mike needed a new light bulb for his outside light which I happened to have on board.  So we hand delivered the light over to their “house” and had a short visit along with martinis before heading over to the clubhouse for the four o’clock social time.  Then it was home for dinner, reading, Bones, and bed.  A real low key day.

It’s time to get onto the next project.  That would be changing out the house batteries.  Our old batteries lose most of their charge after running the slides out and leveling the coach.  Once the project is done, we’ll have “more power”, Tim.  But the new batteries will be larger than the old ones, so I will, also, need to install a new battery box as well as make up a new cable harness.  Then I’ll need to move onto replacing the brake pads on the front wheels of the truck (the rear ones were done a couple of years ago so they are fine).

How do you eat an elephant?  One bite at a time!!  How do you get rid of a “Ta Do List”?  One item at a time!!  However, you will eventually run out of elephant meat, but a “Ta Do List” seems to have no end.

May God Bless Until Next Time - - - - - -          

2 comments:

  1. My ta do list has been buried in the snow for some time but I soon will find it.

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