Another week gone by too fast. Seems to be a pattern.
Anyway, we are reviewing all of our building options, including taking a long term lease on the
new space available to us where we are currently located. There are some real advantages there - we get
free use of the huge paint bay, the sand blast facility and whatever help we might need for
assistance and specialized shop equipment. The complex is basically the home of Pooler Enterprises,
which is a huge excavating and site development company.
Their heavy equipment shop is right next door. The guys love our old trucks. (or they think we're really nuts!)
And these guys are excellent mechanics, so it has worked out really well.
The expanding business that wants our current space is a tenant of Pooler's in the complex.
I am also doing all of my homework on what type of building would be best, and how would we
configure the structure, if we were to go forward with building plans. I looked at several parcels
of land this week. It's a good time to buy land here right now, with the depressed real estate market.
The 2000 Peterbilt 379 that wouldn't leave finally did leave late last night. So my Mack can spread out again,
all over the shop floor. I should be able to get some fresh photos this week. And I guess I need to change
my avatar on the forums, as the truck in the picture no longer belongs to me.
Like the man says - Nothing but Fun!