Saturday, July 16, 2011

Redneck Sunshade Installation 101

One reason why we have not had a outside sunshade is that they require getting on a ladder to snap the top in place.  Ladder = danger of falling!  The $55 bargain was the snap-top variety, but MM had a better idea.  Of course he did!
sunscreen sideBy gluing two wooden strips in each end of the shade…adding a tab to anchor it in place on the side…                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

…and making a tab that goes over a screw added to the middle of the roof at the top of the windshield, he is now able to put the whole sunshade on without using a ladder.
sunscreen tab
Redneck Sunshade Installation 101 explained.  And my very own redneck gets to remain safely on the ground…so that we can travel some more.  The end.

Life is good, y'all!


barb @iPhoneographi said...

He's so clever. I hate ladders so I'm glad MM worked that out. And that you've got it made in the shade!

Big hugs xoxo

ivana said...

Ciao Sandy!
Lesson is quite right!!! Your MM is a great, lucky girl!!!!

Have a great Saturday and Week End!


Haley D. said...

Sounds like a great plan all the way around!

Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

yes but does he have a plastic butter knife and a chain saw? hmmm? ha ha ha ha ha

smiles, bee

Joy said...

Such a clever guy!

Anonymous said...

That's our MM! He's so handy! Still chuckling about the bus, but then I know you're still chuckling about the different navigation systems.