Well, as expected, the weekend was a blast. And. . . next time we'll take the TH.
It was kinda fun doing the "throw-back" camping thing:
- lots of paper plates and plastic forks
- washing pots and pans on a picnic table with a garden hose
- digging through plastic totes in the bed of the truck for a can opener that I KNOW is in there
- buying a can opener at the camp store
- finding original can opener as we're packing up to leave on Monday
- pre-planning runs to the bathhouse (lots of beer = lots of trips, until dark, that is)
- feeding the raccoons (we assume) a box of crackers left on the table overnite
The cabins were nice, although spartan, which we expected. Didn't need the airmattress, but the girls had to make a run to Walmart on Saturday for more pillows. Apparently men don't know to pack enough pillows. The A/C was a welcome improvement over the old tent camping days.
Returned home on Monday minus half-a-truckload of firewood and 120 beers. As of today, the truck is STILL not completely unpacked (got it all done, except for the pillows) and like I said before, . . .
. . . next time we'll take the TH.
Al.. only 120 beers?? Must have been a short weekend! :) Glad to see ya'll had a great time.
I just had the 3rd AC added in the garage of our Cyclone 3950. Being that the coach is only a month old, I elected to have the dealer install it. The labor portion was $500, but the piece of mind to where if I ever have an issue with it is priceless.
I haven't picked it up yet, but I did go out to check on it yesterday and took a tour of the install. They tried to run the wiring inside the ceiling over to a cabinet but the ceiling was foamed in and instead had to use track molding to run the wiring in. It turned out okay as the only place that it's noticeable is the 3' section from the AC to the wall. The section coming down the wall is up against the bed tracks, so it's not as noticeable.
Instead of having them put it on its seperate 15 amp circuit, I had them to use a 30 amp twist lock plug. I only did it this way because I already had a 30 amp cord and the reducers to plug it into a 15 amp plug.
Now with 3 ACs, the Florida heat shouldn't be a problem. Two 13.5k and a 15k unit should keep this old fat boy cool as a cucumber!!!!
OK I'm hanging out in your garage next time we camp!