Saturday, August 19, 2017

Laundry Day

Day 101


The Best Part of Laundry
12:24pm:
This morning, I found out about the "best part of doing laundry!" It's the folding!

I never before considered doing the laundry as being some something special thing to do. But when I took my dirty laundry to the Lincoln City Coin Laundry for their Wash And Fold a few weeks ago, I got pointed in the proper direction!

The lady in charge wanted to know how I wanted my laundry done?

 Folded?
 Flat in a stack?
 On hangers?
 Scented?

[There may be more options. Can't remember]



When I got my laundry back with MsScampy, and took it out of a big plastic bag, I was surprised! All of my jockey shorts were in rolls! When I went to put those rolled jockeys in their cabinet, they looked terrific!

Now, when the supply of my jockey shorts get low, I know exactly how many I have left! When I did my laundry this morning, my jocks got rolled!



1:00pm:
Mr. Sunny's solar panel rack
I really wanted to get started doing the solar panel rack first thing this morning. But there was the shopping trip to Home Depot. Mostly for supplies for our solar job.

Then came the laundry. After I did the laundry, I realized that I could have done it in the evening. And saved the daylight for the solar job!



BTW: Are you using Home Depot's app? Great for finding every single thing in the store by Aisle and by Bay!




Nite Camp Location Map
Elevation: 214 feet



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19 comments:

  1. You know, you can nake a lot of money with underwear photos on the internet. I'm just ssying...

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    1. Unknown,

      How much money is your "lot of money"?

      George


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  2. Are those bits for the drill that got stolen?

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    1. Croft
      We found his drill it was in the preceding post pictures three and four
      His only problem now is he lost the hacksaw but the good news,,, he's got the new blade

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    2. Croft,

      I had two hand drills. A Craftsman and a Black and Decker.

      BTW, when those crooks who stole my Craftsman returned, the driver asked me:
      "I heard that somebody stole your drill."


      George

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    3. Croft, George is "cat fishing" you again. And the story goes on . . .

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    4. George said BTW, when those crooks who stole my Craftsman returned, the driver asked me:
      "I heard that somebody stole your drill."

      Were they not upset about the smashed headlights? What if they saw or found out the kid do it and retaliated against and hurt him

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  3. Don't look Edith Mr, G,s showing his underwear at us
    It's good to see Mr G,s back on a tight roll again

    George::laundry cart ;; think toolbox
    for another five bucks that brat kid would get you that laundry cart to fit the back of your truck,,,, an no drill was needed

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    1. Ed,

      Is this the joke that you commented to me about the other day?

      I don't get it!

      George

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  4. Don't look Edith is a joke where Archie Bunker is trying to protect his wife
    Where it will cause personal embarrassment
    If somebody walked downstairs partially clad (clothing ) Archie would say
    don't look Edith
    It was also on the Rowan and Martin's laugh in (tv show)but it was
    don't look Ethel
    It was a reference to your Photo of your underwear
    Like in the old days you are not supposed to look at somebody in underwear or see underwear
    And the part about you being on a roll. I thought you were in the military
    On Billit Everything got Rolled except for your blouse and cover saves room stays neater and you don't need to iron it
    I'm assuming that's the part that you didn't get
    And the joke about the laundry cart
    I thought it was pretty cute
    I guess I shouldn't ask you this question
    If somebody really did steal your 4 dollar Craftman drill why did they not steal the battery charger
    and are you sure you didn't leave it on top of the truck

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  5. George, my wife and I have a bet going we would like to know if you have a sense of humor,, and how you would honestly rate yourself
    On a scale of 1 to 10, -10 being The funniest where would you rate yourself

    Sorry the bet is for who's buying pizza

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    1. Ed,

      Please let your wife know, that she won the bet. Because you lost!

      George

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    2. Are you sure you want to stick with that answer
      My wife says you only have a 5% sense of humor
      I gave you a 50% chance of having a sense of humor
      Thank goodness I like pizza

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  6. Actions Speak Louder Than Words....... see The Oracle Of Aticama... decide for yourself. enough is enough

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  7. Ha! Glad I'm not the only one that rolls their clothes and linen! Although I've always done this, it's especially handy in my full time travels in my fifth wheel. That way they fit nicely in the unusual cubbie holes provided.

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  8. Even at home, I roll my T-shirts, underwear and socks and keep them in a hanging shoe rack. Also works for dishtowels, small hand towels, washcloths, and cleaning rags.

    The hanging shoe rack is also good to put small things into a plastic shoe box that will fit snugly into the compartment, i.e. makeup and hair things for ladies; non-liquid toiletries for men; sewing notions; pens/pencils and other small office items; receipts. Men can probably think of more appropriate items.

    I put spices that I don't use often in them, or duplicates that I keep on hand as the original supply is running low. Many uses.

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    1. Rita,

      I haven't rolled my underwear since my US Army days in the 1960s.

      And now that I am doing it again, I find that I like the way rolled underwear looks when it is put away!

      George

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  9. I roll my towels to put in linen closet. I also roll my clothes when I pack to travel then put them in vacuum bags to reduce them further. A military friend showed me how to fold clothes military style and that is how I do my clothes...locker room tidy :-)

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    1. Rita,

      I haven't rolled my underwear since my US Army days in the 1960s.

      I like the way rolled underwear looks when it is put away.

      George

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