Up at 04:30AM with my bride, then she was off to the truck company.
About 09:30AM I got a call from Don at the RV repair place that has our trailer, he said if I could come over he wanted to show me something. It is about a 20 minute drive from the Ranch so you can bet all the way there I was imagining he had found something else and it would be more money. When I got there he said he had finished taking out the sink cabinet and also the furnace and water pump had to be removed and now he was going to remove the floor panels that needed to be replace, but he wanted me to see how the damage had gone all the way through and how when it is all back together he is going to try and make sure that there is no water anyplace. I took a couple of pictures. Sure looks sad now.
The replacement floor will be marine plywood, two sheets from the wall over the water heater, this plywood will be treated on both sides with a sealer before installation, then a floating floor covering like STEVEO&KAREN used in their motor home. Hopefully it will be much better than new, all new molding will be used throughout. The only carpeting left will be in the slide, this will make cleaning and sweeping and vacuuming easier, with Rigg’s hair.
Hope I didn’t open a can of worms or jump into the pit with yesterday’s comment on Mexico, I know everyone's comfort zone is different. After reading the comments, it appears that most people still aren’t real comfortable with traveling in that area as yet. plus the one thing I hadn’t even taken into account, the language difference seems to be pretty important. I must admit after my last trip north to Canada.We would probably stay clear of Quebec for the same reason, plus the lack of even a willingness by some to even help you, when it was obvious they knew English, but refused to speak it or acknowledge us back in 1995. My son said however that certain fast food restaurants and quick shops were that way with Spanish when he was stationed in the Navy near San Diego Ca. But the rest of Canada and the USA is a mighty big place, and the Welcome sign is always lit at the Weeb Ranch.
Well that’s about it for today, Hope you all have a fine week and be safe out there. Sam & Donna..