I decided to part with my comfy loveseat, so I put it on Craig’s list. A young girl called and wanted it for her new apartment. I told her she would need to bring two strong men with her because it is very heavy and my husband couldn’t help because he just had shoulder surgery. Okay, so I fibbed a little. He did just have shoulder surgery….2 years ago :) We just get tired of selling stuff dirt cheap and then having to kill ourselves carrying it out for them. This loveseat had a double recliner so it was extremely heavy. Al and I got it moved here all by ourselves, but it was a b%#*h. She brought her Dad and weightlifter brother to help. Perfect! They had a bit of trouble with it, so I was very glad I told her to bring some muscle.
We did some mowing and finally got the pasture done for it’s August mowing. Of course now it’s almost time to mow it for September! The grass will start to slow down soon though and soon we’ll be done mowing for the year.
Almost every evening we have happy hour riding around the property on our golf cart. We call it the “happy cart.” Tonight, we were riding out towards the pasture and our little raccoon friend was there waiting for us. He has been coming for the “fox” feeding. Unfortunately we haven’t seen the foxes for a while and we were going to quit feeding them, but this poor little guy was waiting just for us.
Notice how he was sitting up? Of course, we turned around and got him some dog food!
A couple of people have commented about the motor home dash cover we ordered. It might be here tomorrow. I’ll take a picture of it and let you know how I like it. We ordered ours from Covers by Josie. It was $139 plus $15 shipping. The $139 price is for items they have in stock. He said these stock items were for covers that didn’t fit which made me a little nervous. He also said just because your MH is a 2009 for instance, there is no certainty that the dash is the same year. Anyway, I asked if we could return it if it didn’t fit and he said we could. They are made out of a carpet fiber. He said you could just spot clean them with a sponge. They cover the entire dash and are installed with Velcro. I am wondering where we would put the Velcro because I do not want to put Velcro on the nice dash material.
The other place we considered was Mr. Dashmat. I checked on Rv-Net Forum and found several people who used both companies. I went with Josie because it was quite a bit cheaper. We’ll see how it looks.