Originally Posted by ozexpat
Mrs Oz preparing the car for the trip to the farm
Originally Posted by getaclue
Oz, thank you for posting this. Dh is constantly fussing at me because my truck is not show room clean. It's "dirty", but not with actual dirt. He simply doesn't get it that I have a few bags of feed, oyster shell, various tools, and dairy boots in the back at all times, then sometimes a bale, or two of hay, a cage or two, etc. He seems to think I should unload everything when I get home from the coop, wash the truck, then reload it all again the next day, rinse, repeat. Yes, I do clean it up, but not on a daily basis. After seeing this pic, he asked "does everyone that owns livestock have "dirty" vehicles? Since
there is no good answer to satisfy his question, I replied "of course".
I keep looking for the dirt....
My wife's parents have a full time guy that washes and maintains the cars as part of his job. That car may be loaded up but its spotless LOL.
Now when it gets back, all bets are off. The Philippines is under perpetual roadworks. Should we be at the farm for more than a night, the car will get a wash there as well.
In the USA, my car gets washed every few months but in the Phils.... even the 25 year old Sentras look new