Short and Sweet . . .

Not much happened today. We had planned to do some more sightseeing, but Jan still wasn’t feeling too great. Her voice is slowly coming back, but her stomach is still bothering her.

I worked on some computer stuff and then spent some time in the afternoon outside working on replacing the chrome tailpipe on our coach. The old one started rusting out so I ordered a new one to replace it.

But the problem is that so far I can’t get the old one off. I got the clamp off, but so far the pipe won’t come loose. I tried prying up the flanges and spraying PB Blaster into the gap and letting it soak. Then I tried banging on it with both a rubber mallet and a piece of pipe, all with no luck. Probably tomorrow I’ll dig my torch out and try heating up the outside of it. Hopefully that will loosen it up. We’ll see how it goes.

About 5 Jan was feeling better so we all headed back over to Greensburg IN to once again have dinner at Chili’s. Then after dinner we drove across the road to do some Wal-Marting.

While we were shopping, Brandi called so we could talk with Landon. He’s only about 25 months old and you can carry on a conversation with him. He said he loved Nana and Papa (us) and that he’d played outside today.

On the way home we stopped for gas at a Marathon station. Seems like after helping them get the oil out of the ground for 4 months this summer, we’d get a discount, but no luck.

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Thought for the Day:

"I think on-stage nudity is disgusting, shameful and damaging to all things American. But if I were 22 with a great body, it would be artistic, tasteful, patriotic and a progressive religious experience." – Shelley Winters

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2 Responses

  1. ha ha. ..get a discount. . .ha ha. . .good dream!

    Janice
    ReadyToGoFullTimeRVing.blogspot.com

  2. Janice,

    It never hurts to ask.

    They could have just ‘NO’. They didn’t have to point and laugh too.

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