The good news is, it’s a blog. I could be showing you these pictures on my smartphone, or a (remember these?) slide projector. You’d have to put with a narrative and everything.
We left off at the TotoLounge, with is just a bunch of seating and windows and light fixtures and pillows. Underneath the seating, there is some storage, and also some gadgets — batteries, something called a Converter, and some wires — which means you have to be careful what you might store there. But also there are these Bully Tables.
No one knows why these are called Bully Tables — this in an ostensibly anti-bully era. (Why weren’t people anti-bully when I was a small, bespectacled junior high school student?) Actually, someone knows, but I haven’t asked her yet. Onward.
The refrigerator is preposterously large for the size of the trailer. I suppose one can work up quite the appetite hiking in the wilderness; we’ll find out. Air conditioning? Only works when Toto is plugged in to a current bush, and only needs to be on long enough for Team Toto to pack up and get the heck out of there. If we want to bake, we’ll go home and stick our heads in the oven.
There has been a lot of loose talk about these refrigerators not being quite chilly enough in warm climates like you might find in Texas or Florida or even Whistler, BC during the Most Hideous Heat Wave We’ve Ever Experienced (don’t ask). We are hoping that, here in the drippy northwest, the cool factor will be adequate. Wow this is taking a long time. If this were a slide show we already would have taken potty breaks. All right. The microwave.
This is the most exhausting tour ever. Do you know that my mother once gave Disneyland tours? It’s true. In the 1050s. Every time she tells the story it gets a little more grand. Well. The microwave.
No, wait, let’s cool it for today. Microwave tomorrow! Also: air conditioner, bathroom, and possibly The Bed! Personally I can’t wait.Sharing is caring!
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