Nothing could beat taking Mary and Bob up on the offer to mentor you through the process. Always easier to develop a new skill working with someone that has been there and done that.
Thank you Roger; I believe the best way to learn something is hands on with someone that knows how. I had a former coworker, who was very knowledgeable, and I would sometimes ask him how to do something. His comment was usually, "I'll tell you, but you drive", meaning he would talk me through it, but I did the work. Better than just watching him do it. My questions usually involved how to do something on the computer, as that is not my strong point. Don't know where Wendy, the original poster is located, NY is a big state, she may be no where near me. When we get home in the spring I may have to help another Uhaul
owner with some repairs too, so she can get camping.