We decided to finish the project on the trailer suspension. The only remaining job was to replace the off-door-side shock absorbers. Stella and I went back over to the Camco store to buy the parts. There was some discussion with employees over the price we had paid on Saturday when they thought we had gotten the first two shocks for half price. The shocks came in a box containing two and today they said they should have been sold separately. Not wanting to cause a scene, I agreed to buy the two new ones and brought them back home.
Dave had already started to get his tools out when we got home, so Stella came inside to get ready to slide in the room and we could get started. The prep took more time than doing the work, so before long, everything was installed and we are ready to tow. We can't wait! Again, I need to give thanks to Dave for doing the bulk of the work and to Corbin for adding his expertise. He is a member of a Corvair car club and has extensively worked on his three cars to keep them running and maintained.
We came back inside to clean up and rest. I intended to go to some of the nearby RV parks to tell the Heartland owners there about our upcoming dealer open house, but after taking a shower, I sat down and went sound asleep. Imagine that!
Yesterday we had spent most of the day watching the league championship football games. We were all glad to see the Broncos come out on top and not really surprised to see the Panthers win their game. I think Peyton Manning is the sentimental favorite but we'll have to wait a couple of weeks for the Super Bowl.
Nancy grilled some boneless ribs and Stella and Flora made side dishes and we had a fine meal over in Corbin and Flora's place. It was a fun way to end the week.