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... Fleetwood people and they were checking on it. We still are working the reduced pressure in the kitchen faucet. Barbie and I went into town and got a replacement part but it was the wrong one so we will return it. There is an RV service place down the road so David stop there when he returns the parts.
We have had wonderful meals (Barbie's an ...
... I turned on the gas and started spraying soapy water at the sound until I found the leak. Bubbles appeared near the regulator which I figured was probably pooched.....wonderful.
I dug out my tool kit and removed the bracket holding the regulator and attached hoses to the underside of the van to get a closer look. Turned out it wasn't the regulator but the hose that screws into the regulator. I unscrewed the hose ...
I got home on the 30th of July.
My computer started behaving badly and has been in the shop since.
I am glad to be here - I have not been home during monsoon season in a long time. I had forgotten how dramatic the storms are.
When I got home the cable TV was out (my house sitter does not watch TV). The company fixed that but broke the internet in the process. It is all ...
... so needless to say, I missed all of my connections. Delta put me up in a hotel for the night in Kentucky and I finally arrived home a few hours ago.
I am a bit in "culture shock" from being gone for three weeks. I am sad that through "immersion" I was actually coming around to speaking "broken" Italian and now it will have to wait again for the next trip. I loved everything about my trip and all of the amazing experiences that I had. I loved each ...
... hand the spirit of community that exists amongst American folk, so warm, generous and truly supportive of each other.
Thank you Joan and Hans for allowing us to tread for a while in your shoes.
At the start of the day we were seeing the traditional western cactus as we had for part of yesterday. These are the tall, metres high kind, with the one or two branches held up like a human arm bent at the elbow, the ...