Since the trip to Sacramento, I have been getting my R/F fixed. It went out the Saturday before Thanksgiving. I fortunately didn’t lose too much food in the process. In addition to that with the rain I have been fighting the leaks in My Spot II. When the repair guy came out to fix the R/F he attempted to seal the bedroom window. Last weekend there were high winds in addition to the rain, so I pulled the awning in and there was a leak behind the W/D, I think it is from the dryer vent that was exposed. I have since taped plastic to the window and the vent. So far, so good, only a little dripping. I also pulled in my slide, because it also leaked.
There was a built up ledge that covered the pipe and wires that I still need to remove the wet carpet underneath. There’s not much room to work, so it’s a bit of a challenge.
With the leaking window, the carpet got soaked. I have wanted to replace the carpet with laminate or tile flooring. I’m just going to have to do it sooner than planned. That’s the main reason that I have been so busy, I’ve been removing carpet. It has been a slow process. I can only do a little bit at a time, because of my arm and the PT. So far I have removed half of carpet in the bedroom and bathroom. Now I am trying to dry out the wood flooring.
The stack of pillows and linens on the sofa/sleeper are usually stored under the S/S. Even though I pulled in the slide, I thought it would be better to hold off putting them away until the leak gets fixed.
As you can see I have taken a bit of time to decorate for Christmas too.
Ever since I have been workamping, I haven’t been able to attend church very often. Now that I’m not, I have been attending St Stephen’s Lutheran Church here in Santa Cruz. I even attended their annual Christmas Party. Below is what I brought, Grand Marnier Brownies with Cream Cheese Topping. They turned out really yummy.
I will continue to remove more carpet and hopefully my leaks will be fixed soon, so that I can get things back to normal. I will probably wait for new flooring until everything is dry, but that won’t be for a while,as this is the rainy season here in Santa Cruz.
I hope that you all have a wonderful Christmas and Holiday Season and stay warm and dry.
Thanks for visiting
Susan and Angel