We put everything away and got the 5th wheel ready for travel. We didn’t go far, maybe 300 feet.
Our friends Bonnie & Steve had gotten their rig washed and waxed and it looked beautiful, like it had just come off the showroom floor. The people here use a swirl free wax.
We had our 5th wheel washed and waxed when we were still in Quail Run but we weren’t happy with the job. Steve and Bonnie had also gotten their coach done by the same people and they too were less than satisfied with the job performed.
So we took our filthy, dirty house over for a good cleaning. We even had the carpets cleaned since Lazy Days comp’ed us the wash part of the work. Yes, I went and asked for a wash on the house. It was given with no hesitation.
We dropped it off and went to run some errands.
We returned a few hours later and it was ready. Kinda, sorta. As we walked around the rig we noticed these brown splotches and pointed them out to the fella on duty. He grabbed a rag and ladder and got on with rubbing it out. The more he did the more we saw. He finally told us to over to the lounge and he would find us when it was done. He wasn’t going to fool with a spot here and a spot there, he re-waxed the entire side. We didn’t see any spots on either end or the other side. Service with a smile from the detail department. Forty five minutes later he came to get us and it looked beautiful! See how shiny it is!
We went inside to look at the carpets and they came out beautifully. We both vowed to be very careful about walking on them with shoes. We’ll see. I wear flip flops most of the time so it won’t be a problem for me.
At the end of the day I heard Bob say, “Oh no, do you know what we didn’t do?” I couldn’t think of anything and Bob said, We never got our military ID’s renewed. Oh darn…that’s something we have to get done as mine runs out very soon.
Plan A Change 98?