Hey hey y'all. I hope you had a great weekend, because I sure did! Not a drop of rain and sunny every day. The only thing that could have made it better was if I was parked in a campground somewhere.
Today something really special happened. Momma's friends, Bob and Susan (Little Red T@Boose's folks) drove to Newton from Pittsboro. They rolled down my driveway this morning and Bob began pulling out tools! It was Mod Day under the T@Bport!!
Momma Sharon and Bob have had some serious discussions about a bike rack for many months and Bob told her that if she could find one, he would install it. That explains the visit this morning.
He had the base fabricated in Pittsboro, so all he had to do for me was drill four holes in my frame. Momma Sharon wanted it to go just in front of the battery cover.
With all the tools laid out and ready, we ran an extension cord into Becky's garage for power. The big ole bit and drill made quick work of the four holes. I was kinda afraid that it would hurt, but I was a big girl and it only tickled just a little bit!
The stainless steel bolts were a perfect fit, so next Bob attached them securely with self-locking nuts from below the frame.
The beauty of this bike rack is that when not in use, Momma Sharon can pull out the locking pins, and remove the upright assembly. It won't interfere with the jockey wheel handle or the battery cover or the jockey wheel itself. It doesn't wiggle, it's shiny and black, and I think it's perfect!! Thanks a million Highway Bob, my T@B Guru!!
Momma, Aunt Becky, Susan, and Bob all took a break for lunch. They came back about 2:30 to finish part two of Mod Day. If you come back around tomorrow, I'll tell you that Story, but in the meantime always remember . . .
"Peace, Love & Camping"!