It’s been cooking for about 15 hours at 190 degree at this point (9AM). It’s not a pork butt but rather a picnic. It has more bone and the taste/texture can be a little different at times compared to the butt. It was on sale for 98 cents a lb so I got this 10 pounder. What the hell! The butt is running 2 bucks a pound and that’s just too high for me. Maybe I can get some butt from the Secret Service cheaper like they do.
I was back on the roof by 9 AM. I still had the brackets to remove along with the lug screws to remove. Then I had to recaulk the holes even thou it’s just for about 2 weeks before Newmar removes the roof. It would rain if I didn’t you all know that. By 11 AM I was done and the humidity was setting in. Now I will wait to wash the roof until the caulk dries. I will also wash the slide out covers, awning and the Beast itself. Then I will use what a reader recommended which was Jet-Dri a dishwasher thing. I will apply it with a MiracleGro garden feeder hooked to a hose. Who knows? Maybe the Beast will grow another foot or so. Then last I will shine and wax the wheels of course.
The sagging roof caused this excessive water on the slide out cover because the roof is slanted that way as a result. Yes, it’s hard to explain. I need to learn how to lock the slide out cover in a position. The cover is out of alignment due AZ wind down near Yuma. Anybody know how you do that, lock it in position with an A & E slide out cover?
So, that’s it.