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When the only option is to laugh...

When the only option is to laugh...

So the name of our blog is BS Adventure which we chose because of our initials (Blair & Shae = BS) but also, because in our lives together, it seems like every few days something happens that is kind of BS (bullsh**)...nothing terrible, but things where all we can really do is shake our heads and laugh. The name has become a bit of a tagline for our lives. I could write the world's longest post detailing all of our BS stories, but for now, I'm just going to focus on one.  I hope it can provide a little Hump Day humor.  :)

We were parked in San Diego for a couple months and decided that'd be a good time to get a few things repaired on the RV. While it was in the shop we stayed in a hotel and after a few days of that, let me tell you, we were ready to get back into our house-on-wheels! The gentleman who did the repairs told us that during his test drive he had to slam on the brakes because someone in front of him did a quick stop at a yellow light. We appreciated him telling us but didn't think much of it because we secure things pretty well when we pack up. 

We got back and settled into our site when Blair noticed a decent size hole in one of our walls. We'd had a small metal heater tucked away but when he slammed on the brakes he must have swerved just right for it to come dislodged and crash into the wall. It was a large hole and we didn't want to attempt to fix it on our own so we took it back to the repair shop where they said they'd fix it free of charge.

And fix it they did. They replaced the entire panel and we were glad not to have to pay for their mistake. Again, we were excited to have our house-on-wheels back so while we did look at the repair, we were more focused on the spot the actual damage had occurred. We saw the new panel but it wasn't until we got parked again and really looked that we noticed this...

I played with the lighting and contrast a bit for emphasis. So, while the light doesn't shine down specifically on it, there it is...right there in the wood grain...staring at us for all of eternity. 

I played with the lighting and contrast a bit for emphasis. So, while the light doesn't shine down specifically on it, there it is...right there in the wood grain...staring at us for all of eternity. 

Yes, that is a large penis depicted in the wood-grain of our new panel.

What more can you do besides shake your head and laugh? 

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