Thank you Randy the youtube links helped a lot. Unloading the camper took all morning as we were learning and could only lower one jack at a time. Plus we were also dealing with slightly sloped ground. I have to say lowering the jacks was a bit nerve racking as I was afraid I drop the camper on her “nose”. The camper is down resting on wood pallets and I put the camper jacks down so they help stabilize the camper but the jacks are not holding the weight of the camper.
Mom got a great deal on her wood stove but the existing chimney needs a new liner to be safe and to code. I don’t knock those that DIY chimney installs when they know what they are doing. Speaking for myself I know enough to know I don’t know enough to install a chimney. Mom has a smoke alarm/ carbon monoxide alarm along with a mounted fire extinguisher in the kitchen to deal with any small fires.
It has been a little pricey for mom to relocate the house water main shut off in the utility closet. As Mom is not physically able to jump in the crawl space and turn off the water main the valve needed to be moved for her. I have never heard any one complain that the water main, gas main or breaker boxes are too easy to access.
Some good news I may have the materials to donate to Mom for making her shop a bit more weather resistant. I forgot that I had aluminum fascia in my shop. While this fix will not be weather proof it should be much more weather resistant than a hole in the shop roof.
The new wood floor should be finished so we can start moving in furniture. I need to make the shop semi secured, clean up the wax on the bedroom carpet. Finish scrubbing the bedroom carpet. Tape off the the interior for painting with Kill-Z and start painting the interior walls. We want to empty Mom’s storage units before another monthly fee is charged.
Things are a bit crazy at the moment but it will all work out in time.