Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Please Enter

My current entry step. 

Although my step in area is fixed now & I do actually have steps, I still prefer to use something other than the metal pull out step. I don't like the way it "gives" when you step on it & it's just not the right position to step onto. 

I think many folks don't like their entry steps & choose alternatives. 


OK, so maybe I should have cleaned it up for the photo. ;-}
I also have another area mat to use, but am not using it here as the sun & elements just eat them up! I'll buy a new welcome mat too. This one has seen better days...

This stool, I actually use for my portable a/c. It fits perfectly between my front seats. I place a piece of plywood on top of it & a small carpet rug on top of that. Then the a/c gets sat on top of all that. 

The step is rated for around 400 pounds if I'm not mistaken. So in that case, I won't have to worry when company comes to visit if they weigh more than the 200 pound mark that my last step would only hold. 
And I broke that last one anyhow. Dang, too bad I broke it because I liked the way it folded up. I'll have to find another one for traveling as this one would be too clumbersome to travel with & move around. 

When I travel, I'll probably put this one back between my front seats & find a foldable one to use otherwise at that time. 

But I might go back to Home Depot & buy another one of these this summer as it is the perfect a/c stool & it makes a good entry step as well! So at that time, I'll need two of these things. 

Unless I'd happen to move where I could actually get the correct power to use the roof air...one can dream, right? 

Anyhow, I hope all is well with everyone. 

I'm still working on another post of all the work I did last Sunday! 
So maybe tomorrow, I'll get that one done. I'm still recovering....  

OH, good news! I have an appointment with PPL on Monday to get my generator fixed!!! Yay!! Hope it'll be an easy fix at this point! 

~As always, be kind to your pets, clean up after them on your travels & respect your neighbor~

4 comments:

  1. Nice step, have never seen one like that before. I like out steps but there are only 3 should have been 4 that last one just kills my knee (had surgery on) the jar when I hit the ground...ouch!
    Funny how we can figure out how to use itmes for many different ways it was not intended for.

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  2. Nice job Cyn! Used those steps in our land house kitchen. I'm vertically challenged at only 5 feet tall! Never thought to bring them on the road!

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  3. I like that step thing. I bought one for the motor home because I did't like the steps either. But your's looks much sturdier. And the steps are wider too.

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  4. Friends took me to dinner in their Jeep the other day. Good thing they brought a folding step for me to climb up into their lifted vehicle. I could not have gone with them without it. Steps play amazing roles in our lives. I have one with folding legs that stores behind my driver seat in case I ever park somewhere my running boards are not enough. Haven't had to use it yet, though.

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