A few days later, Our Daughter Candy came to visit with Chase and we also got to watch Rome for the weekend. It was pretty hot all weekend, so we spent a lot of time in the pool We had a great time.
We took a quick trip to Burlington on the 5th and visited Camping World. We spent a couple of bucks and brought home a new Sleep Number bed, A combo washer/dryer, telescopic ladder, water pressure regulator, and a few misc. items. The bed is great. The washer will be. It was a royal pain to install.
Sunday night, the 6th, the wind was blowing pretty hard all night and our power kept going off and on. I got up to monitor our shore power voltages and saw that one leg of our 30 Amp power was dropping to 60 volts and bounceing all over. I quickly went out and flipped the breaker on the power ped. I sure was glad to have a good surge protector. See what I found in the morning.
Kim came back to stay with us till school (Eastern WA University) starts next month. It is a little crowded, but we are doing just fine. On Saturday mornings, they serve all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast in the lodge. Yum. Yum.
Randi is loaning me a motercycle to use to commute back and forth to work for a while. It is a Lifan 250 dirt bike (street legal). I quickly realized that it isn't a road bike as the top speed is only 60 mph and that is downhill. It will be great to use when we start house-sitting in East Wenatchee later this month.
We have been living in our RV now for over a month. And we are still slowly getting organized and finding a place for all out stuff. Today we have only 321 days till retirement and we take off. This lifestyle is not bad. Not bad at all .
Life is good .