Anyway, I was able to get a new, small one-cup Keurig coffee maker. I got it home, cleaned it off, ran through one cycle with just water, then made a cup of the BEST coffee. Yup, this little guy brewed coffee just as rich as the big Keurigs. And it will fit MUCH better on the kitchen counter in The Palms. Here it is:
The other thing I wanted was a small toaster/oven. I saw this one recommended on a forum, did a search, and supposedly they have them in one of my Walmarts, but nada. So I just ordered it on-line. Here it is:
Hamilton Beach Toastation 2-in-1 2-Slice Toaster & OvenIsn't it great? Small enough to keep out on my kitchen counter.
I also got this table on Tuesday when I stopped at Camping World for the repair kit for my losing fight with the tree branches:
This afternoon my son, Tom and grandson, Gavin met me at the storage lot. Tom wanted to see the damage and assess what should be done. The cargo door was bent and actually opened up, he said it would probably be easier to just order the door. He'll get some metal edging that goes along the bottom of the rig wall, paint it and attach it where mine is bent. Then he can sand out the scrape on the fiberglass wall, repaint it, and I'm back in business. I hope I can order the small piece of decal, but if not, we'll take it to our sign maker and he can cut an exact piece and Tom will paint it to match and apply it to the new door.
It sounds easy when Tom explains what he'll do, but it is a lot of steps.
He also took the patch kit and fixed the little tear at the edge of the roof over the driver's door. You know, I could have very easily done it, but there is something about having an expert do things for you. I would have cut out a little piece and applied it. Tom cut out a piece about an inch all the way around larger than I would have. From the ground, it looks like a strip that goes across the roof to the other side. You can't even tell it's patched. So, now I am all secured as far as rain and leaks. Before they got there, I climbed up the rear ladder and crawled across the roof carefully to see what's up there, and what kind of shape its in. It looked really good. Everything looked well caulked, no rips or tears (except mine). I was pleased.
And finally...the Moon over Walmart last evening. It was beautiful.
My estate sales is scheduled! More about that tomorrow.
From Me and Katie, have a nice Sunday evening, everyone! : )