I was at the dump station when I saw a man on his bike coming up to me. I knew right away it was Mr. Anonymous Bruce. I apologize Bruce, I’m sitting here trying like crazy to remember your wife's name and I think it’s Gail but I am so bad at names I’m not completely sure.
Bruce and his wife are such nice people and they are dealing with some of the same issues we have had with our rig. They are very patient personable people and I hope to meet up with them again soon. Bruce, if you’re reading this give Collier a call and ask them about SealTech (http://www.rvleaks.com), it’s amazing how fast it can find water leaks, even where you didn’t think it might be leaking!
Here are the pictures of the old Cyclone install versus the new install. Night and day difference for sure.
Poorly installed Cyclone vent Properly installed Cyclone vent!
Amazing how something done properly can not only look good but work so well. It takes almost no breeze to turn the vent, great job Collier!
Here are a couple of interesting RV’s I saw at Paul Wolff. I was working when I took most of these shots so they were taken from inside my coach. I love the style of the older coaches. Put a super slide and bedroom slide into some of the older coaches and I’d be a happy camper owning them!
Here is “The Executive” An early 90’s Pace Arrow
Nice travel trailer / pop out Large tear drop with a slide, very cool!
Working until 9:45pm then I put in “Flags of our Fathers” Awesome movie! The new camera makes the interior seem so small, I need a wide angle or fish eye lens. There is no flash here so I think the pictures turned out pretty good.
Here is how Saturday looked… I was going to buy some wood, it rained that night as well so I just stayed in and worked and watched movies.
I also cooked my first breakfast in 12 years. Lets just say there is no way in hell my wife would have eaten what I cooked. Here is what I was going for, 2 eggs over medium, bacon and diced potatoes. Here is what actually happened, the eggs were over cooked, the bacons was perfect, so she would have eaten the bacon but the potatoes were over cooked so I mashed it all together and it was more edible at that point.
I think my wife is going to continue doing breakfast and I’ll stick to the grill, unless I go solo again in which case I need to step up my breakfast game or I’m going to starve!
Oh, almost went the entire weekend before discovering we have a soft spot in the bathroom floor. I don’t think this is a new leak, I think it’s the result of an old one so next time we take the rig out I’m going to remove the ceramic tiles in the bathroom and see what’s going on. I’ll update about that when we get a chance to work on it.
Positive note, we averaged 8mpg on the last tank. Considering we have a 36ft wide body with a super slide and the rig weighs in at 22,000lbs being run by a 275hp V10 I can’t complain.
Driving the rig home today in 78f temps and no wind was a dream, I drove one handed most of the way and it was so smooth and quiet I honestly could drive this thing cross country on days like this.
Have a great week everybody and thanks for stopping by!