A cloudy day is a good day to wash a RV. The sun isn’t out beating the water into the hot sidewalls of the RV and leaving water spots. I started out just wanting to wash the bugs off the front. No problem. Then I looked on the roof . It had condensation on it. Good time to wash it since it had presoaked with the condensation so I washed it. Well, if you do the roof you then have to do the sides and I did to include the wheels of course. In other words…I washed the RV this morning. As I was finishing up the clouds opened up to a fine mist to help me. No sun all day which is good in this case.
This time last year we were already in Livingston, TX letting the tires cool down from running back and forth to Seffner, FL (Lazydays). We were in the process of buying this rig. Glad that is over. Last time - - again.
In 2012 we were at the Newmar factory getting the 43’ repaired under warranty. We ran down to Goshen and I got my favorite BLT. It had about a lb of bacon on it. I get one about once a year. Someone said the place that served this doesn't anymore. Can’t remember the name of the place….Oh well… it’s for the better.