Life is not waiting for the storm to pass... It is learning to dance in the rain.
After 3. mos. of reading = WOW. I come in to learn one thing, follow a few interesting comments and leave HOURS later. Still learning the forum, actually learning everything from systems in the AS to travel Do & Don'ts. Retired from the building industry, many skills are transferring but AS is a different WORLD. My heart is tickled every time I work in/on " her," NO NAME yet, waiting for the spirit.
Thank you All for every entry! This helps so many people.
I started rehaping a 1960
Safari. I had to re-do an access panel 4x's due to the fact that I can be a space cadet. Then there are the moments ( OK seconds) when everything appears to fall smoothly into place. After gutting, stripping, repairing, replacing, scrape/caulking, painting, etc. the cold weather came. I'm headed south for the winter, just to PLAY in the sun.
Solo with dog & elec. but no water, lots of friends to visit. Carrying parts & tools for on the road projects, if possible. Looking for friendly campsites & people.
One odd thing I can't find an answer to; Why is there buckling between some of the rivets on the exterior?
Well, that is my intro. & it did not hurt as much as I thought. Fear is ........?
I was so much older than. I'm younger than that now.