|Above, Gallup's Frame 'N Art had a number of frame styles to choose from. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
This morning, I went into Gallup to take care of several things.
First, was to get an estimate on my Mustang's driver's side door (that won't close right) at a body shop. Unfortunately, they did not want to bother with it. For a professional body shop, one would think that they would know how to repair something that is not enormously complex. I guess they have a lucrative business enough to be able to turn down work.
Next, I headed to Pep Boys for two tires. I ordered them last week and they just arrived in stock. While waiting for the tires to be mounted, I headed to the local Scottish restaurant for breakfast and then picked up a shirt at Boot Barn (they are in the same shopping center as Pep Boys).
|Above, four frame styles I liked. The numbers indicate|
the order of preference. Photo by Armand Vaquer.
After that was done, I went to Frame 'N Art to see what picture frame styles they had. I saw four that I like. (While there, I sent a number of photos of them to Asya in St. Petersburg, Russia to get her opinion. I am waiting to hear back from her.)
Afterwards, I was going to go to another body shop (located on the east side of Gallup) when, a few blocks away from the frame shop), I spotted the Ford dealership's body shop. So I decided to give them a try for an estimate. They gave me an estimate (saying it's the door, not the door pillar that the first body shop said was the problem). While there, I met a new neighbor who lives a couple of blocks away from me. She works in the body shop office. Small world!
When that was done, I headed off to Albertson's supermarket to pick up a few things and then went on home.