Well many of you might have thought that I have dropped off the face of the earth, but no I am still here on planet mother earth. The big problem that stopped me from working was that I just could not get myself to drill 16 holes into the cargo trailer roof, no matter how hard I tried. I just kept dreaming of 16 leaks that could not be patched. All that water dripping onto my bed and cabinets, not even thinking of the out of sight expensive $$$$ wood flooring, just gave me the chills.
To give credit where credit is due : http://www.tosimplify.net/
Thank you Glenn & I hope you don't mind I use your picture from your blog to show how it will work !! The standard metal brackets and taped directly onto his fiberglass roof ? The tape will get here in about 7-10 days I'm guessing. I'm pretty sure it will work & I am thinking of using some brass door hinges so the panels can be tilted and or easily stolen :-)
P.S. Glenn has the one of the greatest blogs that I have seen on the web, as he travels the country for 2+ years now enjoying life and playing music, I can only hope that one day we will meet. PLEASE go and check it out.
I still have lots of other unbelievable stories to tell you guys, in the coming weeks, about what happened in my neighborhood and about how my upgraded DVD camera system is working, YES !! I even caught a killer next door !!
I also meet the guys from two-vagabonds.de as they were nice enough to stop by my house for a great visit.
Simone, Olaf & Pacco in my driveway.
Their truck from their web site