Out with the old problem fridge that is a brand that has caused tooo many moho fires:
Of course MM had to first remove the driver’s side window in order to get that big sucker outta there. I reminded him that he was going to need testosterone assistance, but he managed it with the help of his trusty piece of machinery.
However, when it came time to get the replacement INSIDE, no guy help was around so I had to assist, with a large bruise on my thigh to prove it (no photo of that):
It was at this point that I had to go inside and help guide the fridge in far enough to go beyond his driver’s seat (and over the steering wheel). Sheesh! At least it is finally in place…and working just fine and dandy, and popping out ice cubes.
Since this is a “house” fridge, MM had to add pivoting hooks to keep the doors locked in place while in transit. They were white and green…um, no way did I want them to be installed, looking that ugly, so he used a special plastic spray paint…and now we are both happy.
Life is all about compromise. And safety. Yes, safety is more important, but I still don’t want ugly. So there.
Brian stopped by Sunday and got to assist with the window re-installing, so now the moho is pretty much ready to hit the road whenever we want to take off. Whew!
That MM has been one busy, retired guy…and he hasn’t even gotten to my honey-do list yet! Poor thang.
Hello, July…how’d you get here so quickly?! Life sure is busy here in Mayberry, y’all!