When we purchased this project there was that ugly green cast iron bathtub, a toilet and a sink in the main house bathroom–a very small bathroom. The Cowboy said, “I would really like for this bathroom foot print to stay the same.” I gave him “the look” and said, “not happening, get out your jackhammer.” The blame shifted off my shoulders when we discovered the sewer pipes were all cast iron, had holes and had collapsed in placed–whew! We now have a start on the plumbing for the main house and the Cowboy cemented in those new pipes on Tuesday.
And Emmi only put one paw print autograph in the cement before it dried–we aren’t sure how she managed just one paw but there it was.
I am absolutely loving my new yoga class–the instructor is fabulous and all the ladies I’ve met so far are so nice. It’s well worth that 25 mile one way drive.
Chilly and cool weather makes it easier to dig tumbleweeds and I’m making great progress. In just 2-3 more days I will hopefully have all the tumbleweeds dug on the west side of the house. It’s been so damp in our desert–really unusual we are thinking. There is snow on the Chiricahua Mountains.
While the Cowboy was mixing cement on Tuesday, he came inside to get me–he had a visitor–probably a tarantula?? We scooped him/her up in a shovel and moved him/her to safer pastures. That was our first tarantula to see here but while I was digging tumbleweeds today another one startled me–ugh–I’m not a fan of any spider but ones this big with hairy butts and legs freak me out!!! 🙂
Today the Cowboy decided to re-level our RV parking spot. He moved dirt here and there and now thinks it is “Larry level.” 😉 😉
I took this photo before he was completely finished.
We sure have good luck selling stuff on our local Facebook group pages–we had an extra dishwasher and an extra security door. Sold the dishwasher last night right after I placed the ad. Still have the door as it’s an odd size but I bet it sells.