Once again Hanser’s has failed us. We took the rig in at 8:00 a.m. yesterday morning. Workhorse had already told Jim that this job paid 1.1 hours which means it might be a two or three hour job. We finally got a call about 4:30 yesterday afternoon.
Gee, they aren’t going to be able to finish the job today. WHAT!!?? They ran into some “problems”. But nobody could really explain to us what those problems were. So they had to keep our home overnight. And no we could not spend the night in our home. We might be able to get a discount at one of the motels nearby if we explain our problem. So helpful.
We, of course, needed to get some things out of the rig before they closed – such as Jim’s medicines and the girl’s food. In the midst of a severe thunderstorm we got to Hanser’s. At least our home was in the garage and protected from any hail that may show up.
This is what our home looked like when we got there. The leaf spring is that curved thing in the left of the picture. Jim doesn’t understand why they had to take the tire off but there was nobody around to ask about it. Guess we’re lucky we were able to get in to get our stuff.
We ended up spending the night with our son. He has a twin bed, which Jim slept in and I slept on the couch. The girls wandered back and forth all night trying to figure out what was going on.
UPDATE: Friday afternoon. We finally got our motorhome. But not without one more issue. There is a recall campaign on the fuel system for the motorhome. Jim had asked Hanser’s to order the part they needed to fix this problem so they could do it all at the same time. And you guessed correctly. They haven’t ordered the part yet. Supposedly it will be in sometime next week and back we’ll go again. Wish us luck.
Storm cloud pictures: