Thursday was a delightful day....a day, finally, where we didn't spent half the day in the car, which we have done a lot of lately. I spent most of the day cleaning bike parts so I can take pictures of them, and then list them on eBay. That was pretty much my day.....the kind of day I enjoy a lot.......60's music playing at the proper volume in the back ground with no one suggesting a lower volume........the trailer door wide open letting in the 80's weather....and putting shine back on old, dirty bike parts. The only time I left RJRP was to purchase my usual footlong club at Subway.
TLE had a project also......our VW came with a dashboard cover that was not quite the right size so she spent the afternoon removing the seam binding from it, cutting it down to size, then sewing on the seam binding again. It came out great......now she just has to cut the holes for the speakers and it is done. I will take a picture of the finished product when she finishes. She has a few other projects lined up, and "we" will get to them in the next few days.....my assistance will be required.
One thing I almost forgot, around Noon we got a call from the Kiosk advising the tenants in Cabin #2 were checking out, which meant we had to get it cleaned so the next tenants, arriving at 2 pm, could check in.....no problem there......we can, and did, turn a cabin over in about 40 minutes if it is not too dirty, and this one was not very dirty at all! I was just finishing a bike part when TLE let me know about the cabin, so I finished what I was doing and then walked over to join her, and we were done before 1 pm.
I had recorded a few black and white movies on TCM (Turner Classic Movies) on Christmas that we watched in the evening......."Carefree" (Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers), "Narrow Margin" (Charles McGraw and Jaqueline White), and "The Bishop's Wife" (Cary Grant and Vivian Leigh)....the Bishop's Wife is one of my all time favorite Christmas movies and we watch it at least once a year.
Another day lived well spent with my best friend........thanks for stopping by!