No we haven't washed away yet, there have been breaks between rainstorms.
Good thing too as we have to dig a rather large grave
my horse has a heart murmur and has to be put down before the hot weather comes, horses with bad hearts do not do well in the heat, I speak from prior experience.
We have been busy cleaning house, then we both got severe allergy attacks when Rick brought some hay in the house to cut up so horse could chew it easier (he's missing 1/2 his teeth)
Rick's right eye blew up like George Forman had given him a punch and I've been waking up with a scratchy throat every day.
Pit Stop got the full treatment for plastic windows, pictures soon. I just have to find time to go outside.
I have to do a major housecleaning as I'm expecting company in 2 weeks. So please be patient and there will be more pictures.
I also have to get the travel trailer frame welded before I can build my Gypsy wagon and my "daily driver" still needs to go to the shop for ball joints, my pal Rob is going to do the brakes.
Timbuk--hope to hear from you When you get to Lake Cowichan and I have a piece of advice for you--boycott Cowichan Motors out there, the owner is a lying piece of manure. Get your gas at the little gas bar on the hill above the Cow Cafe`
I'll give you more advice on that town when you get here--but the best piece of advice I can give you for now is watch your back and lock down anything you don't want to walk away.
One family pretty well owns and runs that town and they are all related to the piece of manure at Cowichan Motors
Be Careful out there
PS: Here is the frame for my "Vardo" or Gypsy wagon