It’s still good hay cutting weather but not good weather for anything else. This heat just saps any energy we might have. Weed spraying is finished for the year–Over the last week I’ve sprayed out 100 gallons of weed killer mix, 10 gallons at a time. I’ve climbed all over these hills and ditch banks chopping weeds with a shovel. When I came back to the house to make lunch I was so dang hot and exhausted I told the Cowboy, “I’m done and so is the weed spraying for the year!”
The UPS and FedEx trucks have been making regular runs up our driveway delivering packages of things for the new to us Roadmaster RV. First and best of all was a new mattress–isn’t it amazing mattresses come in boxes delivered right to your door. No more looking goofy as you try to pick a mattress by laying on one in the store. We purchased this one from Amazon and if we don’t like it, it’s returnable.
This bed is almost as hard to make as the truck camper bed, the mattress fits very snugly across the front of the RV with access through the opening you see in this photo. One person is sleeping against the front wall and that would be the Cowboy–he doesn’t get up at night, I do. 🙂
There is another bed in the RV–you can see it in the below photo against the ceiling–it lowers electrically on tracks to various heights.
There is ample storage, of course not as much as was in the Country Coach motorhome but we aren’t living in this rig, it’s a camping rig. I still have several empty cabinets which is always a good thing! Accessing the bed also requires the use of a step stool and we are not short people!
This is probably the best the bed will ever look!
One of the things I’m missing from the motorhome is drawers–this rig only has two–the Country Coach had ten!!
The Cowboy is making progress with the bathroom remodel project, he installed the last of the tile today, now for trim and then grouting. Yippee!