If you’re like me most of you probably already know there’s something counter-frontiersman, counter-pioneer about just pushing a button to kick on a pump, then stepping inside a little room to have a hot, pressurized shower. Washing dishes in a sink with hot water instead of putting them upside down over a fire-ant bed and just wiping them down after the ants do their work.
Like me, you probably feel a lot of guilt, something vaguely counter-natural, counter-human when you indulge in this type of behavior.
But yesterday and today I did.
And damn it felt good. Probably do it again tomorrow and dwindle off some more macho. I’m old enough to have some to spare that I would have needed for other things when I was younger.
Posted in 2013, Adventure, Senior Citizens, Solitude, Transportation, Trucks
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My old friend Gale’s going into Kerrville today to find out whether he’s reached the point in life to get his hip replaced sometime soon. While he’s there he’s going to swing by and snap a lot more specific photos of that RV if he can arrange it with the seller.
I want a better view of the engine compartment, closeups of the tires clear enough to read the numbers so I can know how old they really are. A pic of the other side …. I don’t have a clue where the entry door on the thing is. Pics taken looking down the sides, front and back so I can discern whether the siding has any ripples indicating the overhead is sagging or it’s been in an accident.
After I’ve studied on those I’ll be better able to know whether it’s worth further examination. I’ve about decided to pay a used RV repair/sales place in town to go over it looking for warts if I can’t find good reasons to not buy it my ownself.
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