Fall at the Landing

When we are parked at The Landing, our acre outside of Sedgwick, I just don’t think we do much that anyone else would find interesting. Well, LeRoy says it’s ME who doesn’t do anything worth telling about. HE does plenty. So I’ll post his recent project pictures.

LeRoy tasks 003






Okay, in case those photos aren’t particularly enlightening, let me explain. The first two were taken under a bus in Oklahoma City. LeRoy helped remove parts for an air-assist power steering to install on Liberty and wanted to be sure he knew where they had been so he could replicate that. The installation wasn’t exactly like the original since our bus is slightly different, so it required some fabrication of which my engineer husband is infinitely capable. Did I mention how grateful I am for his abilities and his willingness to delve into things he’s never done? The end result should make driving much less labor-intense. Our steering wheel, without power steering was huge by necessity. LeRoy has now put on a smaller, more attractive in my opinion, steering wheel and painted the dash.

steering wheel and dash 002


Improvements continue. We have also picked out wall covering for the living room but since it hasn’t been purchased or hung yet, that’s a post for another time.

Today was a special day at Northridge Friends Church. Our daughter and family were taken into membership! (Sorry for the music stand in the way. Trust me, they’re all there!)  Other new members were also part of the group, but we’re a little partial to these.

New members NFC 012


We’re looking forward to having company this week. A friend we met our first winter out is coming to stay a couple of nights here. In addition, our son Rob, along with his friend Cindy, is coming by before he continues his transfer to San Angelo, TX. His household belongings have been picked up and his house has a renter moving in this week. We are praying for this big adjustment in his life.

About 2010liberty

Retirement agrees with us! After traveling in our 40' Silver Eagle bus conversion, whose name was Liberty, since 2010, it was time for a change. Now we spend the winter in Yuma, AZ and travel during the spring, summer and fall setting the Pace!
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