Today was a day that we set aside to “house cleaning and…”. While Louise was handling the interior, I was working hard on cleaning the car and the coach. Since most campgrounds don’t let you “wash” your rigs with having a hose hooked up, you are relegated to bucket washing. First, I’ve got to get the bucket filled with water to the roof of the motor home, then as I climb to the top the second time, I handle my washing brush (a brush on a 4’ handle) in one hand while the second takes me to the top. I also wanted to put a coat of wax on the front and the driver’s side (I did the rear and the other side last time). Yesterday morning I went over the club house to take in a seminar on this new “digit TV” change-over. Seeing as how we have 2 TV’s that are not digital, we’ve got to add the $49 box to each TV in order to receive programming through our antenna. We thought about the reasoning behind adding the boxes and whether or not we would ever use them and then went out and bought 2. With the boxes in hand, I decided to take the time now and install them. Unfortunately I had to add a couple of cables. Both of them had to run from the front cabinet on the right to the front cabinet on the left. The center area was filled with the TV, so I had to remove it to get the cables through. There is a wooden frame that circles the TV so that was first to come off…in order to remove it, I had to remove 6 screws. With the frame off, I had to remove 2 additional screws from the bottom of the box surrounding the TV. At the point of the 2nd screw coming out the TV immediately fell out onto my back and head…”What the hell???” As I slid out from under the weight of the TV I was able to settle it into the driver’s seat and contemplate just what the hell happen. Fortunately nothing broke (especially me…) and I was able to wrestle it back into place after threading the two new cables across. Finally getting everything all wired together properly and making sure it was all working as advertized we sat down to enjoy a well deserved glass of wine. We decided not to hook up the satellite TV dish and go with the new digital antenna. Boy were we ever surprised, the quality of the picture is even better than what we get with the satellite hook-up. Bob and Debbie (our next door neighbors) took pity on us after hearing our story, and asked us to come over and have a slice of apple pie topped with ice cream.