However... I was running out of jeans, so rigged up a redneck clothesline. I think the tire and propane tank are a nice touch, don't you?
This wasn't the first time I've jury rigged a clothesline. Before I went to the Vintage Trailer Rally last week I decided it was time to wash the trailer curtains (for the first time in oh.. like... ever...)
Here's a the wood stove, all hooked up and ready for a break in this 80-degree weather.
|We now have the woodstove, the heater/AC on the wall, |
and ceiling fans. I'm ready for anything!
Not really ready for this though... I've been fascinated by the long caterpillar tracks, but this one ain't no caterpillar!
|Somebody passed through my property.. Hope he kept on going!|
Been working on the kitchen cabinets and tried a couple times to get a photo of the Marmoleum floor, but it's not an easy shot with the glare from the windows. Here's a little corner of the dining room that shows the two colors.
This is the drawing I did showing the kitchen and dining room. No flooring under the sink cabinet, since it's a wall-to-wall "built-in."
Granddaughter Macey ("Ace") got not one but two wild mustangs yesterday, and has requested a place to gallop them around when she trailers them out here to Campo, so I plowed the South 40, and made her a flat place to work the ponies. I'll do the final smoothing when she's ready to use it, since the gophers are keeping it "aerated."
The littlest granddaughter Maya made this sign for me when I was camped on their property. Had to move it out here!