So, yesterday, my Burgman decided to go south. Took it to the dealer here in Asheville and he said to put some real gas in it. There is only one station in Ashville, that sells it. Citco. So, I filled it as full as I could with it. Even after just a few miles, I noticed a difference. One problem down...
When we got here on Wednesday, it was in between rain storms. I tride to tell Mike that this spot we are on, isn't good. Or we need to re-arrange the trailer. Does he listen or do anything about it? He is a man.... enough said. So, tonight, around 11 PM it starts to rain again. The add a room, collapses. I go fix it. That don't last, it falls again, I wake up Mike and ask him to help....That's a joke! So I go outside, in my nightgown and a hoodie, of course, my pauncho is in the back case locked up on the scoot, which is covered. So, It has now rained enough to soften this very hard ground. I got the tent stake all the way down. I start working on the middle one, guess who? tries to tell me what to do. I just yelled SHUT UP! He tries again, Again I yelled SHUT UP!! His favorite thing to tell me. He goes back to bed. Well, so far the stakes are holding.....Now I am soaked, and irritated. I went to the bathhouse and turned my gown around and dried the back with the hand blower, then stuck my stuck my head under to dry the hair some. Came back in and turn on the one gas burner and made a pot of coffee. Now you all know in the morning he is going to wonder why I want to sleep. Right now, I am not enjoying this one bit. So, when it quits raining tomorrow, I am moving everything around and if I have to recruit a few extra guys, to help me, I am going to get it done. This is suppose to be a fun trip, I guess it is for him!
Thank you all for letting me vent. He is not on here, so I don't have to worry about him reading it.
For those who don't know Mike is the hubby. 3 years ago he was in an 18 wheeler in Knoxville and had a roller over. He had a brain bleed. So even though I vent am lucky to still have him.
Burgman 650 Executive
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