We are spending the week at our cabin near the Paradise entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park. Today we dealt with a plumbing problem. If James Reasoner can talk about dealing with his plumbing problems then so can I. Our problem could be said to be slightly different from James’s however. You see, we have a little house behind the big house, as they say. You know, the little house with the crescent moon over the door. Oh, all right, an outhouse. It seems that the floor was giving way. The consequences of such happening are too horrible to think about. So off we hied to the lumber and hardware store in Eatonville. They are the closest, probably about twenty-five miles away. For a price they cut 2x4s to length and a piece of 3/4 inch plywood to the proper dimensions. When we got back to the cabin it was the work of a moment...Ha! It took 2-1/2 hours to put the thing all back together. We are not the swiftest workers in the world and I would never claim to be much of a carpenter. But the floor is in, solid and supported beneath by 2x4s. No one will ever have to face the horror unspoken.