and it was great. Well....since retiring and moving to the farm....we've been "homeless of sorts". When
we built the shop building, we enclosed a corner of it to include the pressure tank for the well, a
shower, stool, shop sink and the washing machine. We also have a classic 1972 Winnebago motor home.
Since I'm an outside kinda gal....it would be very difficult for me to stay inside of it all day long. We
just use it in the evenings to get inside and eat supper and then sleep in it. And since I'm kinda
frugal....I don't know that I want to pay the electric bill to keep it cool all day long. It's not the most
energy efficient thing! And I'd feel kind of guilty sitting in the cool while the husband is out
working in the 100 + temps we've been having.
When we have decent tempertures we "live" in the shop building where we've got a queen sized bed,
recliners and a decent sized television as well as the fridge, stove, microwave and freezers. Life is
pretty good then! I just have to keep remembering....as I swat flies and sweat....that this is just a part
of the journey. We lovingly refer to our current lifestyle as "glorified camping"!!
The good news is that the builder thinks that he can get started on our foundation next week!
Yippee!!! If we could just see some progress on the house....it sure would make things a little