Another hot day here at Rayford! Tommy and Susan are leaving this morning so we walked down to tell them goodbye. We took our coffee cups with us and of course, Tommy gave us refills when we got there. I took my BP travel mug that I got from a seminar I went to when I worked in Manvel that was put on by the pipelines and refineries in Brazoria county. The seminar is held once a year at the fairgrounds and is very instructive about first responder's reactions to emergencies at pipelines and refineries. I remember back in the day when I began my career in law enforcement, we were sent out to investigate anything coming from the plants; smells, noises etc. I'm glad that someone finally realized that it is very dangerous to send in unequipped or under equipped people to check out life threatening spills, leaks and very flammable situations. At least now they send the fire department with breathing apparatus and sniffers to tell them when there is danger.
After telling them goodbye, we came back home and guess what? You're right, the dang refrigerator quit working again. How did you know that? We can't figure out why it just quits but it does. And of course, it quit in the middle of the holiday weekend. I called my friend Johnny at Northwest RV Repair in Tomball. He told me to call him back on Tuesday but that after long weekends, it's very busy but he will work me in. He is the one I used to work on the fridge back in October when it quit working. We'll see what he finds this time.
As I said before, it was another hot day, so we stayed inside most of the day and out of the heat. Late in the afternoon I went to the office and bought a couple of bags of ice to salvage as much as we can from the fridge. We had just begun to fill it back up last week but it wasn't as full as it could have been. We took out most of the stuff in the refrigerator but it is still cold inside, so hopefully we won't lose anything.