Friday, December 02, 2011

Lingering in Limbo

While we did receive word that the factory has our parts in Indiana, Denny and I have not yet heard from the local RV service center that the parts have arrived here in Oklahoma. We're figuring at this point that we won't be pulling The Beast into the repair center until Monday since it's now Friday and the service department is closed on weekends. If the roller repair and floor replacement can get done in three or four days, that means we would have four to five nights to drive the 1,000+ miles to Mesa, Arizona by the southern route, thereby (or hopefully) avoiding bad weather. That would be a good thing since it means we wouldn't lose our week-long pre-paid reservation at the state park in Mesa. Denny's sister has released us from our promise to assist her with some home repairs, for which we are grateful as severe winter storms are predicted for the Albuquerque area this weekend.

In the meantime, we have been Christmas shopping for our grandkids, I've been wrapping presents and I hauled out the new computer again to work on transferring some files from the old laptop to the new desktop PC. Denny and I have also put back a lot of things we packed up, thinking we'd be taking The Beast for repairs much earlier this week. In a sense we're going around in circles with this packing and unpacking but we're hoping this part of our lives will be over soon. We can but hope. We're keeping busy and trying to stay positive because we're truly tired of being angry with Heartland RV and the quality of the product they put out.

And that's where we are right now.

4 comments:

Arkansas Patti said...

Yikes, Limbo really has a hold of you. At least you are being constructive in your down time but hope you are out of there soon.

MAFW said...

Hope you get that thing fixed soon.

SkippyMom said...

I guess you are living the adage "All good things come to those who wait."

::STOP throwing things at me::

::Running off now::

giggle

Journeyin' Lady... said...

Anyone who thinks that living in a RV is SO much simpler than living in a traditional home is WAY off base aren't they? Repairs are often much more frustrating as is the case with your latest! Hope it will begin to go well for you very soon.

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