Slowly we turned...

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

...step by step, inch by inch we get closer to getting things crossed off our to do list. LOL! All the laundry is done...finally! All the trailer brakes are replaced...phew! Two new tires are ordered, ready for mounting and pickup on Wednesday...yeah! The propane has been repaired and is now working...ahhhh! As I type, Stu is ordered the electrical connectors for the kitchen slide and we'll have the trailer fixes almost done...whoo-hoo!



On the fun side, we used some reward points that were expiring and booked 5 days in Las Vegas next month. We found a great hotel special at Planet Hollywood (no daily resort fees added on as many hotels there are doing) and will enjoy both the strip and a trip to Fremont Street (where the Heart Attack Grill has opened up).

The last big thing that we need to get done is the truck checked out. We had been noticing a shimmy and now it's gotten worse. Stu noticed the truck wandering a bit and now suspects tie-rod ends. We will see....

Tomorrow is lunch with my good friend Joanne, at Logan's Roadhouse in Cookeville. We love that place! Along the way we'll drop off the old tires, pick up our electrical connectors, stop in at our Harley dealer to talk about the 2012 Tri-Glides and maybe take in a movie (Tower Heist is next on the list to see).

After that, we'll continue chores as needed, hoping for some good weather to get in some riding as well as taking Sadie out to visit the property and get in some Keta time.

In the last blog I forget to include the links for the photo albums so here they are:

Sadie finally blogged today, too. Check it out here.

Till next time - keep on rollin',
Donna and Stu

6 comments:

  1. Sometimes it is just never ending. Jim needs to get our trailer brakes replaced before we can head out to Q in January. Love the Heart Attack Grill here in AZ.

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  2. Vegas will be a blast ~ I saw the Heart Attack Grill on the Food Network... what a riot!
    Have fun & Travel Safe
    Donna

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  3. What kind of jack and jack stands does Stu use when jacking the trailer?

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  4. glad to hear you are getting all the 'fixes' done!!!

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  5. 10 ton hydraulic and 6 ton stands. Got them from harbor freight.

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  6. Glad you're getting stuff done. And you're busy, busy, busy!

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