We spent Tuesday afternoon at the hospital so that Louise could have surgery on her neck. She has had a growth that started to look pretty ugly, so we set up an appointment for her at the dermatologist to see just what she might have. It turned out to be a basal-cell carcinoma. Then on Wednesday I had my last appointment on this damn Hepatitis B virus before leaving the Seattle area.
Well there was one more thing we did this week…we bought ourselves a new (used) motor home. We’ve had a little too many problems with our Hurricane motor home so we decided to move on, and while we were doing so, we went from a gas unit to a diesel, and from 34 to 38 feet. We did trade down in age, from 2006 to 2002 with 33,000 miles. Our new home is a Holiday Rambler Endeavor that is much different from the Hurricane. First it has 2 slides instead of 3 and it is 4 years older so it has a few years of “use” in it. Yesterday we went to IKEA and bought some moveable shelves for which I made a large pantry. It turned out really well. Now we’ve got to continue stowing all the gear that we brought with us and making it fit even better than it was before.