The entire front end. Everything.
The good part is, that it will be in tip-top shape for him after this. We use it to haul the camper, not to mention wood, hay and straw, and large building supplies. I'm so glad we did not haul hay in it this week yet.
The other good news?
The strike may end soon. There is a meeting Monday, and a tentative agreement has been made. This means Hubby could be back to full-time work very soon.
About the travel journals....
It's good to know that I'm not the only one with a "vacation" journal. Although lately, my own travel journal is in limbo, I get the joy of reading someone else's - Mom's.
I may have written this back in the day, but I still have a personal journal from a childhood road trip to Florida, and I still have the mechanical pencil Dad and Mom bought me. I didn't write a lot, but it was fun to go back and read it.
I loudly told Hubby I have been to more states than I remember (or could remember from such a young age). He said the competition is on, ha ha! He also said, if you can't remember it, it doesn't count, ha ha!
Oh, the things I read so far. Me? Slap happy in the Lake and not wanting to hold onto Mom, so she put me in a harness? Oh my. I read about my older brother's first fishing lesson/trip too. And as a kid we did some trips in a pop up camper. Some trips were motels. Can you imagine paying $7.40 for a motel? Or filling up the gas for $4.45!? I can't wait to read the rest.
Hubby is getting his requested chicken teriyaki. I made a jar of homemade teriyaki sauce yesterday.
Peanut's (lamancha female goat) due date is next Tuesday. I keep checking on her. I'm glad Hubby is around this time.