On the way back from the coast, the bottom panel of the trailer twisted out from the side of the trailer like a leg broken in 10 places from the hip down. When we got home, my husband ripped it off, and towed the damaged trailer into the repair shop. They know us on a first name basis there now.
When you have a trailer, you sometimes forget what’s in the trailer, and what’s in your cabinet in the house. It’s not a problem if the trailer is right outside in the door.
When I discovered that my hair dryer wasn’t in my bathroom drawer, I knew it was in the trailer, and the trailer was gone. I didn’t panic because I figured it would be a simple in and out, and I’d have the dryer back in a couple of days. It seems I underestimated by about six weeks. My loss was an opportunity to enjoy going natural in the beautiful sunny mornings. I go outside with my wet golden locks, and start brushing.
As I sit and brush, I have plenty of time to look around. Sunlight sparkles illuminating a vast number of spider webs in the eves, under the chairs and table, and in the garage door windows. They keep calling me until I quit brushing, and pick up my web-buster.
The moral of this story. Don’t leave your hair dryer in your trailer if you hate dusting cobwebs.