After moving our '92 up to our #4 garage here, Jack Underwood brought the flatbed they use for hauling stuff down to the Auction which will be a month from today, December 17. I has a 2x4 edge which will hopefully keep things from falling off on the way down to the Ag Pavilion. Ben came down and helped them push it up the driveway and into the garage. We didn't go down until about 2:30 and Carolyn had this all loaded. I don't know how many trips she must have made carrying boxes up from the lower level. The Auctioneers have movers to take the furniture, etc. down and we will probably haul boxes of fragile stuff down on that Friday ahead of the Auction when Linda will lay it all out.
We plan to leave the washer and dryer, refrigerators, ladder to go with the house. I did enjoy seeing the color on the Burning Bush along the fence in the back yard. It would be easy to get sentimental about all of this transition were it not for the continued time and effort that Carolyn has put in to take over and relieve us of it. She had done everything possible to make our unit at Brookdale an enjoyable home while also doing the hard work of getting ready for the Auction. I didn't plan to do this blog page until after seeing just everything she had done in the last couple days. Her 3 brothers don't know what they are missing but hopefully they will appreciate it.