Saturday, August 29, 2009

Tony Stewart #14 or is it #88?

The NEW Tony Stewart #14 is finally here! This will be shipped out on Monday via US Priority Mail to a customer in Wisconsin. I wish to apologize to the customer because when it was ordered, I sent a Dale Jr. #88 by mistake. Then both of my vendors, did not have the NEW #14 plate in stock. I think they are both mad with NASCAR with all the changes of numbers. They now have a surplus of all the old plates. Usually both vendors had at least three different designs for Tony Stewart, today only one vendor Carry's this plate.
I want to keep true to our motto "Texas Friendly", I hope this birdhouse along with them keeping the Dale Jr. #88 house will keep them as customers. It just seemed like it was one thing after another with this order, with NO fault on their end. I take full responsibility for the wrong product shipped and the delay with the order, due to my vendor problems.
The busy season is coming up and I hope that my brain will function properly when it comes to orders. I will be placing a series of orders to keep the more popular plates in stock. I have a lot of the houses built and primed. I am also adding new houses and themes to our product selection.
Here at Campguy we are ready to be "Texas Friendly" and "customer friendly" to both out website customers and our customers that we will be meeting at craft fairs and shows. If there is a theme that you don't see, drop us a line ad let us know. Thank you for your support.

The Cicket Invasion

CampGuy is being invaded by the crickets, I wish it was Buddy Holly's Band, but their not. They are invading by the thousands. Luckily they are not in the house, but they are in my workshop.
The are in the yard and on the driveway. I mowed the yard today, and they were jumping everywhere trying to avoid the mowers blades.
They have not been this bad for years, I guess it is the drought that we are in. I just hate having to sweep up the shop all the time to get rid of all the dead ones. I guess it could be worse and be grass hoppers. I need to let the chickens roam up to the house and see how many they will take care of for me.

Sunday, August 2, 2009