The garage in our house has two doors. We haven’t used one of them for years, because our second vehicle has been a truck that’s too large to fit inside, and so half the garage has slowly became a storage area. Then, just last week, we bought a car.
We were really excited to be able to use the second half of our garage again and worked for days to clean it out, straighten and sweep so that we could comfortably park the new car indoors. Unfortunately, the electric garage door opener that had been installed years ago was no longer functioning properly. So I bought a new one and set about installing it.
I couldn’t get it to work. I spent hours and hours trying to set the up limits and down limits but to no avail. Eventually, it was time to call a professional. The ceiling in our garage has plumbing and other duct work in the way but the installer knew exactly what to do. In no time, we had a functioning garage door opener and we could finally park the car inside without having to open and close the door manually and without locking it.
We washed the car and were excited to use the new opener when we returned from the theater. But, on the way home, we hit a skunk in the road.
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