Well we’re through with one of the doctor’s appointments now and are ready to move onto the next. Yesterday was just a follow-up for me and to start my Hep A shots. For Louise it was to get her final shots for Hep A & B. I had to feel sorry for her as the nurse that gave her the shots really did a number on her…”ouch, that hurts”… The shot given to me was by my nurse and it was hardly felt and I’m one that really doesn’t like shots. We were supposed to “fast” from 6 the night before but we forgot so we have to make another appointment for next week for our blood work-ups…nuts!
Today we traveled into downtown Seattle to see our dermatologist. I had a couple of spots frozen so that they will hopefully just drop off, and Louise had a couple that she had removed by knife…all are fine. Tomorrow I’ll pick up all the material to start doing the program for my colonoscopy. I’m looking for a volunteer to do it for me, but so far no one has stepped forward.
The other day I was on-line looking to see what inverter other full-timers might suggest or have gone to after having a need to replace theirs. It seems that the top two are just about split down the middle, so I made a “command decision” and ordered a 2000 watt MagnaSine pure sine inverter. The product line is carried by John at Palmer Energy Systems, who just happens to be a full-timer. I called him in Florida to order and he told me he would make sure that it was sent right out…I received a phone call from the main gate here at the campground this morning…”we’ve got two boxes up here and they are so big….”. John wasn’t kidding he would get them right out, it was less than 9 hours. What I didn’t know was that Magnum is manufactured right next door in Everett…surprise, surprise. Now to get it installed.