27 July 2006

The Van



Ok, so this is the finished project! We got a carpet cleaning machine that the vehicle in it didn't work. So, Mark has been transfering the machine to a new van and making it so the motor and all accept the machine. It has taken him probably about a month as his full time job. Plus getting us ready and working his normal carpet job to get it all worked out.

The adventure of getting the van. We went to Moses Lake to get it. (about 3 hrs. away) We drove down together and then followed him home, about 1/2 way home, the van was overheating so bad, he could see bright red on parts of the engine. so, thank heavens we have AAA, called them and 20 min. later we had us on the road (all back in the family van) and the new carpet van on a tow truck headed for our house! We LOVE AAA. They are worth every penny!












This is dad, getting done one of the days with the "engine" portion of the customizing, hw we real good at balancing all the different parts of his life. He took time for us when we needed it.

So, needless to say, he practiced his new carpet cleaning "truck mount" on our house! What a jump to the professionals it was! He did it in lickety split, and half the lifting of heavy machinery! We are so blessed he is able to make it all work! He is a genius!

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

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sam

3:45:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah!! Isnt' that great to have such a big project DONE!! Jill

4:24:00 PM  
Anonymous barbs said...

wow. Arlene has told me for years how amazing Mark Mauzy is...she is right! And he has the perfect wife to help him along. He's such a hard worker...aren't we so blessed. I'm so excited for the new opportunity awaiting both of you!

hey, Ame...what ya having? A girl or boy? Come on now...tell your favorite auntie....tee hee.....

7:47:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am so happy...glad you will have a way to generate bartering and income whilst at school. WHEW...is right. Mark is a genius, we know that, but I have to say Amy is a patient helpmeet! Arlene

9:40:00 PM  
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