Tuesday, November 8, 2011


Monday, November 7 – Paul climbed on the roof of the motorhome this morning and gave it a good scrubbing. It's amazing how dirty it gets.....you would think the rain would wash it off!


Our roof is fiberglass and looks to be in good shape. Paul is going to put some protective sealer on tomorrow. It wouldn't be such a bad job if it wasn't for the fact that all that dirt and dirty water washes down the sides of the MH, and now he'll need to wash the entire thing in the near future. He actually chose to do it today because there is a chance of rain tomorrow, and he may have needed to wash off all the rain splatter and spots anyway.


While Paul was on the roof, Marsha began her fall house cleaning inside the MH. She gave the bedroom and bathroom a through cleaning. Tomorrow we'll clean the front half and scrub the tile floor covering. With that finished, we should be all set for winter.

Happy Birthday to Marsha's dad, Fred!


Well here is something you don't see every day a…Pedal Party Bar. The bike holds up to 16 party goers, (that’s 15 seated and one standing in the middle as ‘Your Bartender’) . Physically, its about the size of a cargo van and travels at an average speed of between 5 and 8 miles per hour. The Pedal Party is rented on an hourly basis. Just to give you an idea of the cost…For 2-3 hours Sunday – Thursday, $160/hour;  Friday & Saturday, $190/hour.


As we were driving back to Carrie's house, we stopped at David Adickes SculpturWorx Studio at 2500 Summer St. Houston, TX 77246. We were here a year ago and just can't get over these HUGE statues. Mr. Adickes has a degree in math and physics, but pursued art and studied in France. David Adickes art has been featured in many one man shows across the United States and in France. At his studio, he has on display 43 presidential heads, The Beatles, and we aren't exactly sure what his newest figure represents. We know it is a woman.


When we were here last year, the gate was unlocked. Today, we had to take some of the pictures through the fence. We couldn't get all the presidents or special people. Maybe next time.

Do you know who this is? Hint…NOT a president.

Now, you should get these two correct.2-heads

Now it gets a bit more difficult.

You probably can name the guy at the left edge, but what about the rest?lots-of-heads

This is Marsha's favorite President of all time!

If you are in the Houston area, don't miss this attraction. It is awesome.

Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see ya'll back real soon. Have a great day!


  1. I stole your picture/comment about the party pedal bar and put it on Facebook. I gave credit where credit was due. Don't sue me!

  2. Nothing better than a hard working man. . .thanks for the info on the sculptures. . .when we get to Houston in December, we'll make a trip over there. . .I bookmarked the page!


  3. Interesting sculptures and would be fun to check them out too. Looks like you could rent Paul out to others for cleaning their motorhomes. He certainly looks like he knows what he's doing.

  4. Interesting post and pictures about the sculptures!

    The party pedal bus? The guy who invented that must be laughing all the way to the bank!

  5. That pedal party bar is a hoot!

    The sculptures are amazing. Marsha...if you love Lincoln, consider reading "Killing Lincoln" by Bill O'Reilly. It is an EXCELLENT read.

    Paul's been doing repair work on our roof and the job's only half done. It's hard work. He was up there on his knees for 6 hours the other day...except for all the times he was up and down the ladder. Love our 'Pauls' for all of the work they do!

  6. Is that party cart legal on the road, drinking and peddling you know? They will have to sell lots of drinks to pay the rental bill. Love the sculptures, they are amazing.

    Kevin and Ruth


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