They got a handle in the front and a hitch in the rear. There made of a heavy plastic or fiberglass and are just a little smaller than the metal normal ones that you normally see. I just thought it was interesting.
We talked to the management about work camping here next summer. Since we are not members the chance of working is probably no. They hire members first and that’s the way it should be. Oh well, we asked. We did get invited to come over for “social hour” one evening by the same person we talked to. We will oblige one day real soon. A little networking might help.
They have about a half dozen loose cats that help with the rodents. They don’t mess with the squirrels. A major problem they had here not to long ago was snakes. The park has since taken care of that.
Temps have been real nice. High in the high 80s during the day and nights in the mid 60s. No dust or high winds. Now this is pretty nice.
The upper section of the Beast needs damp wiping/cleaning. I did the front/rear and lower portion over the last few days. Plus the windows need a real good cleaning. The roof is very dirty from dust and then a light rain getting here last week. That’s going to be a major cleaning job. I keep putting that off and have become very good at that at least.
I sent some pictures to Newmar at their request of the new roof that needs some work. This hopefully won’t turn into a fiasco.
I got a call today from the Polaris dealer (owner) in Prescott Valley about the leaky fuel tank on the Razor. He said that Polaris owes him some favors and he’s going to try and get some “goodwill” out of them and get this thing fixed right at no cost. Ooooooooo K.