Sunday, August 11, 2013

Serenity

Lucky is sitting on the bed in my 1972 Shasta Compact. She wants to go bye bye.  The solar is working well. When I eventually get on the road with "Serenity" I will upgrade. I found out the 60 watt led light bulb is probably to much light for the small light colored space.  The new tires are on her.  I would like to have new vintage look lenses and lights but I will wait. I am chomping at the bit just to take a small trip and I'm so close. This week will be spent getting what needs done for niece Lindsay ready to enter school including vaccinations required for 7th grade. 
I also made some curtains for the little kitchen window. Now to find my drill so I can hang the rod.
For those in the know, no this is not correct window for a Shasta. Big Guy and I installed the louvered window to enable more air circulation. I'm happy I did it.  It wasn't hard to do.

5 comments:

Steven said...

Looking good Lady D! I can't wait to see the rest of it inside out. Also try out the LED bulbs from www.superbrightleds.com. They last longer than regular bulbs (50x) and use a lot less power too.

Karen and Tony said...

Very pretty!

Cyndi and Stumpy said...

Oh! I am so excited for you!!!

Pleinguy said...

I like it! Hope you get Serenity all fixed up, and can start using it soon. You deserve some fun time.

Dragonfly said...

Steve, thanks for the link. I see Bridget has a new set of shoes, and you, a new bike.

Karen and Tony, thanks for stopping by and commenting so often, it means a lot to me.

Cyndi and Stumpy, It may be 2014 but it is looking better for me to fly free.

Pleinguy, I think I will be making a few shake down cruises soon, complete with a small solar system and canvases and paint.