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I have to get up fairly early in the morning to get much work done on the Lance. By 10 or 11 o'clock it's already getting too hot, and I've made up numerous excuses for doing something else that doesn't involve me leaving my easy chair.
Yeah I may have solved one problem, but solving them all would require the bank account of Elon Musk, the IQ of Einstein, and the longevity of Methuselah.
I accidentally bumped into an idea that I hope will solve one of my problems. I've wanted to get rid of the Lances old queen-size mattress that I don't need or want and replace it with a lighter-weight twin-size mattress that will work better for me.
The problem has been what to do with the old mattress. Ever since people got worried about bedbugs, getting rid of old mattresses is not easy or cheap. But as I was perusing... I like the word "perusing," it makes it sound like I can read, without me actually saying I can read... the American furniture warehouse website in search of a twin bed, I found out that they will take my old mattress and dispose of it for the somewhat reasonable fee of $30.
One of their stores is only about four or five miles away, so the first chance I get, I will drive up there and find out if I can get them to take the old mattress out of the Lance and replace it with a new one. Their website says they will, but it wouldn't be the first time I've seen websites with erroneous, out-of-date, dishonest, and misleading information... And if you don't believe it, just look at my blog.