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Old 08-22-2008, 07:32 PM   #1
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Murphy's law to the extreme.
Yesterday I had two Projects to complete. The first was to replace the
leaky faucet at the Kitchen Sink. Now although I've lost close to fifty pounds
one must be a contourtionist in order to
get to the connections under the sink. I finally was able to get the job done. In order to do it I had to take my keys out of my pocket, because laying on them can cause all kinds of pain. Later on I took down our Screen Room which was a job in its self as I was putting away the screen room into the compartments under the motor home
We had to go get Propane we use it for cooking.

Elaine came back to the motor home after playing with the other ladys a game called Pokeno. its played with pennies and they have a lot of fun. As she normally does she set her keys on the Kitchen table along with her cell phone mine was already on the table hooked to my laptop. She came out to see what I was doing and the wind slammed the door shut and it locked. As you know I am normally a fairly easy
going guy, but it took over 3 hours for the Locksmith to get the Motor Home open. By the time the motor home was open this old country boy was done in. Elaine made Spagetti she was great. I crashed. Today was much better. I taught a person how to
install a wireless card on their laptop.
They actually paid me ten bucks. Woo
Hoo..Now you know what its like to be
one who lives the RVing Lifestyle..
Take care Pete
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Old 08-22-2008, 07:32 PM   #2
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Location: Newberg, Oregon, USA
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Murphy's law to the extreme.
Yesterday I had two Projects to complete. The first was to replace the
leaky faucet at the Kitchen Sink. Now although I've lost close to fifty pounds
one must be a contourtionist in order to
get to the connections under the sink. I finally was able to get the job done. In order to do it I had to take my keys out of my pocket, because laying on them can cause all kinds of pain. Later on I took down our Screen Room which was a job in its self as I was putting away the screen room into the compartments under the motor home
We had to go get Propane we use it for cooking.

Elaine came back to the motor home after playing with the other ladys a game called Pokeno. its played with pennies and they have a lot of fun. As she normally does she set her keys on the Kitchen table along with her cell phone mine was already on the table hooked to my laptop. She came out to see what I was doing and the wind slammed the door shut and it locked. As you know I am normally a fairly easy
going guy, but it took over 3 hours for the Locksmith to get the Motor Home open. By the time the motor home was open this old country boy was done in. Elaine made Spagetti she was great. I crashed. Today was much better. I taught a person how to
install a wireless card on their laptop.
They actually paid me ten bucks. Woo
Hoo..Now you know what its like to be
one who lives the RVing Lifestyle..
Take care Pete
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