Yesterday was a stay at home day around the Roadrunner for the most part. I was updating the blog and started having problems early with my Dell. It had trouble loading a SP2 patch and finally locked up. I will have to figure out how to get it serviced.
Next I pulled out Pam's Apple laptop and did some things on it. I am liking it more and more. Things are becoming more familiar.
Kelly is making a headboard for her bed and needed me to split a board at a 45 degree angle. She is going one piece on the wall and one piece on the back of the headboard. That didn't seem to hard and wasn't.
I don't think I could have don't without the clamps. It was no problem. Especially with a new blade in my Black and Decker Skilsaw.
Next I decided to wash the Roadrunner. It has been weeks and was pretty dirty. Before I started, I needed to get out my five short hoses and attach them together. Next I needed to put the Y-attachment on the spigot.
I have two attachments. One is plastic and one is metal. The pla
stic one leaked so I put on the metal one.
The gauge is for water pressure. I adjusted it so I could get about 51 pounds of pressure going into the coach. A good rule of thumb is between 50-55 pounds although some have it set higher than that.
Back in Sioux Falls we didn't use our gauge and it was coming full force into the Roadrunner. I believe that is the reason we sprang a leak in the shower faucet/hose connection a couple of months ago.
It took me a while to wash and rinse off the coach but it sure looks a lot better. I will need to clean the windows separately to remove any streaks I missed.
We also got the oil changed since our new Honda has 8200 miles on it and it indicated it needed maintenance. Can't beat a 15 minute oil change at Walmart for $30. Kwik lube wanted $42.
Next I got the grill out and Pam cooked some catfish and salmon that turned out great. We watched the Yankees win game 3 of the American League Championship Series. Looks like the umps were feeling the pressure too. They missed a few calls. But it wouldn't have changed the outcome.
After that it was late so we went to bed. Thanks for stopping by the Roadrunner Chronicles.