Good morning readers. Thanks for coming by for a read.
Drove that house out here at speeds that our great-great grandaddies would have fainted and revived themselves to know. By 19th Century standards it was a rush. By 20th Century standards it slowed down some. But it came down the 19th Century standards road from the pavement to the cabin as smoothly as a buckboard or stagecoach would have.
Didn’t require many miles to discover I’m gonna need to install some helpers for the rear leaf springs. Or replace the old ones. A cross-wind at 55 adds thrills a person couldn’t find on a drag strip or Daytona speedway.
Now, whenever this is, I’m going to have to see if it will climb back out of here, drive over to the County Seat at TimeWarpVille, Texas. Maybe turn loose a few criminals if I get selected for jury duty.
Civic duties, civic duties, civic duties! Just drives me crazy!
Congrats on the purchase of the rolling home. I know you will enjoy it.
Thanks DizzyDick. I’m figuring I will. No knowing which ways though. Gracias, J
Maybe, much as I hate to admit it, I am the teensiest bit envious. Very happy for you and this great new find!
elroyjones: Gracias. The world’s my oyster. J
It appears on the outside you got a good one. I looked at some of these and other configurations on Toyota frames. I did not purchase a Toyota and the one I did bit me good. I won’t be able to recoup my investment. It good to be able to stand up inside something when you put your pants on.
Hi One Fly: It might bite. I’d guess the potential’s there for any of them. Life’s got no certainties when it comes to buying modern transportation. Gracias, J