Wow…. rain, sleet & of course snow and we’re not even near Alaska yet.
Started this morning by ripping the coaches mud flap just about off. One little dip and ripppppp. I had to take it off the rest of the way off & put it in our long compartment of course. I just had finished filling up with propane ($2.97) and fuel ($3.95) on base. I pulled out of the gas station and hit bottom in the rear. That means the mud flap bent. Then I pulled into the shopping center still on base and bang….. dragged bottom again. This coach drags more than all the other coaches put together to include the 43’. Well each time the rear chassis rails drag I get a dent/drag mark on the mud flap. This time it just ripped beyond immediate repair. No damage to the electrical cable or chains. I already learned that lesson and bungee them out of the way.
Marilyn & Larry, Sharon & Don and us camped here in a campground in 2011 en route to Alaska. Exit 56 on I-15 in Montana. Now the place is out of business. It makes a good boone docking place. Plenty of space. It did get down to about 30 degrees.
We did 330 miles today. Tomorrow we got about 225 miles to Great Falls. More mountains around Butte along with some more cold weather. The Baby ran real good and the dash heater works fine going down the road in cold weather.
We only put out one slide out while Boone docking in this cold weather. No sense heating up space that we really don’t use. We did put up the sat TV and watched a few shows. We left the inverter on and went to bed about 9:30 PM. Portable heater off. I got up about 3:30 AM and it was 53 degrees inside. The voltage was at 12.3 and about an hour & half later we were at 12.2. Inside temp was up to 60 degrees now. I hear pitter batter on the roof like a hard rain. Morning will tell. Deal with it then.
I read some blogs of which some needed updated. Now sending this one off and going back to a warm body and I don’t mean the kitty.