Friday, October 27, 2017

Maintenance is Over for Now

Greetings Earthlings!  The Fall Maintenance Cycle has drawn to a close, and happy we are about that.  The statement of work contracted due to a wrong part being sent from the awning company for a spring replacement.  Then it expanded due to us finding water had leaked in under the slide sweeps during the three days of epic rain in Seattle.  They will have to be replaced in the next maintenance cycle.  The other expansion of the SOW came when the replacement of the grey tank knife valve turned into a total replacement of both handles and the upstream Y fitting due to a crack.  That expansion was expensive, as it took three hours to do.  It’s all done now, we’re scheduled to return the last week in June for new slide sweeps and new slide toppers, and what ever else breaks in the interim.

Most of the days were cold and damp.  The Willamette Valley gets some amazing fogs this time of year.




One day the sun came out in the afternoon.  We’re looking up the river, that’s the RV park in the distance


Tomorrow we’re heading south, to where the weather is warmer and dryer.

1 comment:

  1. I bet you can't wait for warmer and dryer! I'm just glad we missed the intense heat in SoCal in the past week or so...Vegas is cooler than San Diego!