So we’re getting ready to leave for the Maritime’s tomorrow. David spent four days hand waxing the motor home. That is no small feat in itself.
We also decided now would be a good time to do our spring cleaning. You know, the fun stuff. Taking out all the screens and cleaning them. Washing windows, floors etc.
We also decided now would be a good time to clean the carpets. So we borrowed my sister-in-laws carpet cleaner and went to town.
Or should I say David went to town on the carpets. I am a good supervisor and helper. It’s difficult to be much help when space is so limited. Plus, moving the couch and other furnishings onto the tile floor in the center of the coach make for an even tighter space.
So the carpets look great. Nice and fresh. Ready for our trip.
Now on to a couple strange and funny signs I have found over the last couple of days.
Sign In Monro Muffler Shop
Anyway…on to my next funny sign.
I was out picking up a couple groceries when a sewage truck stopped in front of me at a stop light.
Here is a sign David spotted in our local Monro Muffler shop. It was time for new tires on our tow vehicle and we thought it would be wise to do this before our trip. So sitting in the waiting room, David spotted this sign. It says, “Buy three flushes get the fourth flush free”. Not much to be funny about when they are talking about flushing out your radiator. However, if you look closer at the picture (click to enlarge) you will see they put this sign right next to the bathroom.
We thought it was funny.
What made me laugh was the painted out-port door. It was painted to have a smiley face. Which was cute, but not terribly funny. What made me laugh was the sign under the smiley face that said, “Don’t Worry, Be Crappy”. Now you have to admit, that is funny.
Someone definitely has a sense of humor.
So that’s it for this post. Just a bunch of miscellaneous things that I wanted to tell you about.
We’re off tomorrow for Watertown, NY for an overnight. Then it’s on to Montreal to meet up with some friends. This will be the beginning of our adventure into the Maritimes and Newfoundland.
So stay tuned!