Yeah, RV-ing is just like a second home. You got the roof repairs, plumbing poroblems, electrical issues plus a few more. What really stinks is when you have both a house and a RV. Home ownership isn't all it's cracked up to be. One nice thing about the RV is that when the neighborhood starts getting bad, it's a whole lot easier to move.
I wouldn't boast too loudly if I were you Ron. Murphy could be right around the corner just waiting for you to look the other way, then BAM, you're looking for Noah's Ark to save you from all that water!!!
Oh no, Bidgog has joined the ranks of the REALLY old.
We have also had our coach at the dealer for a couple weeks to have the roof radius replaced and painted. The original fiberglass radius was cracking and starting to leak. It has been replaced with a radius made of aluminum. We also had a small crack in the roof at one of the radius cracks. The body and paint shop will make the necessary fiberglass repair. Tiffin is covering the entire cost as they have done on all past problems.
2009 Tiffin 43QBP Allegro Bus
RoadMaster Sterling Tow Bar
US Gear UTB
Ford Explorer Sport Toad
"Pisqually" the attack kitty ">
Man,aren't warranties and Comp insurance nice..My main leak was in the radius right behind the front cap and right behind the horns.There was another in the drivers side window,but the main part of the water was coming down from the roof.It's s'posed to be all fixed and out and home this week..
Still snowing off and on and I have to go out for a county sponsored meeting about "Green Stormwater solutions for the Silverdale area".It is a new proposal for an LID,low impact development,retrofit plan for our end of Dyes inlet here in Silverdale and it does include the Clear Creek area trail system area that I'm involved in. I'm going to protect our interests in the area as too often they make plans and don't include the actual user groups,or stakeholders as we are also called.It's really kinda interesting and fun..The fun comes from being able to tweak some tails once in awhile.
Steve and Sara were in Yuma yesterday and we had a nice visit. Got to see his new Sammy and its very nice. Mine did not look that good when it was almost new. We got to have some nice shrimp taco's and then finished off the day with drinks here and then down to dinner at AppleBees. Its always good to see some of the original members of the group, now if we could just get Hobo, Mopargo, Fishinghat and Grousehunter down here....
National Tradewinds with Nissan 4x4 Ext Cab/Honda CRV Toad
It's the Journey not the Destination
RVing since 1970
I dunno. I thought they were all hanging out with you bigdog.
Our TT is still in the shop. Last thing I heard was that the manual crank rod for the big slide did something and put a hole in the right side skirt. They're trying to figure out how/who's insurance is going to cover it.