I woke up with lots of aches and pains I didn't go to bed with. Makes me wonder what I did in my sleep.
As I got dressed I bent over to tie my shoes and didn't think I was going to be able to unbend.
When I finally got myself outside, where Heath and Steph were already, I backed the OX under the gantry crane and unloaded the Murray and the Dixon. No way I was going to wrestle them off by hand. I was hurting enough already.
Then Steph pulled Christine over to the Falcon and started her up. I really need to get some batteries.
With the little two strap we quickly pulled the two mowers over out of the way.
The Dixon needs cone clutches and an engine so I will probably part it out.
Even though it was Heath's nap time we decided to let him stay outside till he got really tired. It was 60 and he hasn't had a day to romp and play outside in a while. He even helped up move some stuff.
We hooked the little trailer to Christine and Steph backed it over to the big trailer. All the stuff on the big trailer was gone through and put on the little trailer. There were 2 push mowers and two dryers that needed to be disassembled along with some other stuff.
Once that was done, and Heath had helped round up all the stray aluminum cans that were in the load, Steph put him down for a nap. He didn't even fight it. He got 2 extra hours of playtime outside. One of the things we had was a futon frame that he found all kinds of fun to climb on.
Then the Daewoo got taken off the tow dolly and put up on the big trailer. With this new scrap yard we are going to the tow dolly is a royal pain to unload.
At about 430 I finally hobbled back in the house.
I am not exactly sure what tried to escape the house, but it looks like it was unsuccessful.
Steph stayed out a while longer to play with the dogs.
Heath woke up and went to the store with Steph. I haven't gotten out of my chair.