Originally Posted by lpk49
well i'm just gonna have to feel good about feeding the economy i guess...i think i found the right shop.
Don't feel like you're the only one KAYAK.
I did all my own work no matter what it was years ago.
But now I am not physically able to do much. So it's okay
to rely on others except for the cost in many cases. But that's okay, I guess.
As my wife tells me, "When it's done, it's done."
I took my riding mowers to a shop last winter for the first time in my life.
I used to have my own repair shop. While I was there a fellow brought in
an old chain saw, described his problem. I diagnosed it in the chair, the
repair guy looked at it and said, "Yep, that's the problem." But I'd still have
to have some one else repair my stuff too. And I ALWAYS hated when people
brought in equipment with electrical
problems. It can be anything. But I
never charged for my ignorance. They paid me for what I knew, not what I