And we watched one technician work on the whole front dash of a unit. He said on a good day he can do two units. On a 'bad' day he hustles and gets four done.
Next we went back over to the Allegro Campground, settled up in the off office and about 11:00 AM we went over to pick up the Roadrunner which was finished.
I thought $200 for the body work and paint job was very reasonable.
We drove 10 miles down the road to Vina to see Brannon Hutcheson at Custom RV.
He was expecting us and right after lunch he looked at the rope lights and switches that working on the Driver Side. We had them installed in September, but they only worked a few times before they quit.
But Brannon was up to the challenge and made short work of it. He also worked on our tail lights and the connections and tightened them up. And we were finished.
Brannon told us his business was doing well and they average about one electric (residential) refrigerator a week. He did one earlier in the day.
He is also expanding and built a new building which will be ready after the first part of the year.
He is quite an impressive entrepreneur. He is very technical, has a business mind and knows how to pull things together and make it happen.
We wanted to get on our way so we hooked up the car and left, heading east. We took some back roads instead of all interstate and it was a very pleasant drive to Anniston AL.
Along the way we went through a neat town of Cullman with an old church that looked like something straight out of Germany.
It was a long but productive day.
Thanks for joining us on this edition of the Roadrunner Chronicles!