The Open House was a bust, and we sat here with our soft music playing, while watching the rain come down. I tied fringes on some rugs, and started a twisted fringe on a blanket. That was about it.
At 4pm Steveio left in our Tracker to take down our signs, and I started some ribs in the pressure cooker and sweet corn on the grill for supper. We grilled in the garage door opening and under the overhang. The rain and dark and dampness just didn't bring out any homebuyers, that is for sure.
Until.... as I was cooking, a car drove up slowly. The passengers were looking at the house through the raindrops! They backed up and looked some more as I was putting on my shoes to go out and wave em on in! But.... by the time I got outside, they must have decided to not intrude. I had seen someone writing something down on a piece of paper, what I imagine is our phone number from the sign. So maybe they will call now for a private showing.
We do have two other private showings scheduled in the next two weeks ...
Wish us luck!
Oh.... some good RVing friends of ours from California are selling their Winnebago Warrior Toyota Motorhome. If anyone is interested, or you know someone, please pass this on?
"We are selling our beloved toy if you know anyone interested. As we have aged we need more amenities and space. I loved this little rig and it is good to go. We have cleaned it up this week end. Located in Pinole, CA.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
We are asking $8,900 which everyone at the recent rally thought was very fair.
It's a 1989 20ft. Winnebago Warrior Toyota 3.OL V6 81,5000 miles. Gets 12-15 mpg
Complete engine rebuild at 58,500 miles
Complete tune up with new hoses, belts, radiator, front brakes and timing belt at 73,800 miles.
Kohler 2500 watt generator - noisy :-)
Coleman 7100 BTU air conditioner/heater
Solar panels-150 wattts with monitor
Extend -a-stay propane system
Oversized dining table
Four burner stove
AGM 12V coach battery"
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