A Sink and a Hole
It's hard to make a sink funny or interesting. My students know that's how you start any piece of writing. This is about a sink. It's not interesting. If you saw a picture and only read these words, you get it. I put in a sink.
See, no sink:
If you look closely, you are sure to spot the difference. Astute observers will note that the sink is not floating. I used small pieces of wood to hold the sink up. Each piece was too small by itself, but together they did the job.
On to the next amazing topic: A hole.
There was a hold in the side of the Airstream. I made the hole actually.
Then, I plugged the hole using a hot water heater I had lying around.
So far, the hot water heater is doing a fine job plugging the hole. This is its only function. I'm hoping that some day soon it will also heat water. But, there is no propane line to fuel it. Nor is it hooked up to AC power. In fact, there is no water line at all to bring water for it to heat. So it is a great hole plug.
No one would fault you if you stopped reading these posts.
I'm not an Airstream Jedi, yet. Airstream Jedi would have sounded presumptuous, like I know what I'm doing. That couldn't be further from the truth. Padawan is a title I can hope to live up to.
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