Not a Bed & Breakfast but Back to the Barn. I figured I would only do a little bit each day so I don’t burn myself out. At least I thought that. I spent about 6 hours in there today. I think I’m starting to slow down in throwing stuff away. I’m just about finished reorganizing the RV & motorcycle stuff. It’s starting to look pretty good if I say so myself.
You know those people who use them nosey leaf blowers? I am now one. I held out as long as I could. I have never used one until today. They are pretty neat in that they are quick. The rake is officially retired. I’m hooked on the leaf blower. I got the leaves off the top of the little RV while it was setting away from under the RV port. Then I did the RV port floor. It looks so pretty without the burnt looking leaves everywhere. The little RV went back under the RV port.
Oh, I got a call from a Greg Justice who is the general manager of the Tucson’s Lazydays. I emailed Lazydays (FL hq) last week about how disappointed I was in that they (Tucson) sold us a RV rental (the little RV) about a year ago. I just found out now that it’s a rental. He said he did some research himself and yes they did sell us a rental without letting us know. He said they didn’t know either. Blah, blah, BS, blah, BS. He knew with a LITTLE research in less than five minutes! Blah, blah, and he tactfully reminded me that all sales are final in AZ as soon as the contract is signed. They are not required by law to say that it was used as a rental also. The ink don’t have to be dry either. No grace period. Blah, blah, BS. Would I buy another RV from them – damn straight if they had the best price for what I wanted. Buyer beware with ALL dealers. If there lips are moving they’re lying. If it ain’t in writing, they NEVER agreed. Blah, blah, blah, BS…..
Retired – you betcha…..