So this morning the alarm went off at 7am. I rolled out of bed and let Steph sleep.
The reason for the early rising was I had a guy coming to buy a convertible top I had for sale. He said he would contact me early so I got up early. At about 830 she showed up. He didn't even look in the box, handed me cash and left.
Then I went inside and woke Steph up (see I am not a total slave driver) and she got Heath ready and we all hopped in the BlueOx and headed off to the scrap yard.
After getting the little Saturn wagon unloaded and money in my pocket we headed back home to swap the tow dolly for the trailer.
When we got home my stomach began to tell me that it really didn't appreciate the microwavable Chinese food I ate last night. A dose of Pepto and some quality time on the throne and I was good to go.
We loaded up again and headed the opposite direction to Charlotte. We stopped at Quick Trip for gas and food and we hit the interstate and made up some lost time.
Shortly, we arrived at the a restaurant, Bar Louie's, and I went in to find the manager while Steph sat out in the truck with Heath.
About 20 minutes later we had a bunch of food racks, a grease hood, and a dishwasher on the trailer.
The good thing is that it is all food non-ferrous stainless and aluminum.
As we hit the interstate on the way home Heath finally gave up and went to sleep. He got about a 45 minute nap while I drove. He would have got a longer one, but I had to stop at Home Depot for sawzall blades. He woke up when I got back in.
HD wanted 46 a piece for grinder wheels so after I got the blades we went across the street to Harbor Freight. I got a pack of 10 wheels for $10.
finally we got home and ran around the yard trying to get a few things done before the rain sat in. I had to get the VW parts listed so I had to get a video of them. Then we had to unhook the big trailer and get the Saturn tires off the tow dolly so I can use it in the morning.
Finally we all came in and I sat down. I may not get up till tomorrow.