Friday, May 18, 2018
The RV will be cool again! After trying to revive the old air conditioner Tim finally threw in the towel and purchased a new unit for the RV. He got the same size as the old but it has been improved over the past 11 years and now it works a lot less harder, cools better and costs less to operate. It is a lose-win-win-win. The lose paper is having to buy the air conditioner. Tim installed it himself and it is operating great. Good job Tim!
Monday, May 14, 2018
At the end of last summer our main air conditioner decided to quit working. Luckily we have a second air conditioner that we relied on but we had to do a few things to the RV to block the sun from coming in. We face the southeast which means we have sun in the RV from morning through evening. When both air conditioners work no problem but when down to one it makes it tough. Tim researched all winter and tried to recharge our main air conditioning unit by replacing the piercing valve and recharging the unit with Freon and it worked! But only for a few days. It was a valent effort and worth a try. Check the pictures out. Unfortunately, it did not work so a new air conditioning unit is being purchased and Tim will replace it.
Sunday, May 13, 2018
Tuesday, May 8, 2018
George had a Honda CRV that he loved and said “I want to be buried in it when I die” but the CRV just could not keep going after several hundred thousands of miles and alas George had to bid it a fond farewell. Well, he just could not get by without his own CRV, Lisa has one too, so he purchased a used CRV and is once again happy to be a duel CRV owner. It is nice looking and should keep George happy while driving for a while. Congrats George!
Monday, May 7, 2018
George and Lisa keep improving their driveway cul da sac and this time they have beautified it by adding a flower garden. George built a “tower” for the flowers and it turned out great! It is a wonderful addition that also adds some height to the cul da sac. Nice job!
Sunday, May 6, 2018
The RV is truly protected from freezing pipes now and we do not have to worry about flooding the basement and ruining the furnace. Tim replaced the pipes with one that will not freeze and even though it was not something he wanted to do he figured he would do it now before it gets too hot and before next winter. It went well and the RV is ready for the cold once again!
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
With the Pinterest show this week end in Atlanta I will be a bit busy so the blog is taking a rest for a few days. By Monday there will be all sorts of things to cover especially with the help of all my reporters working on stories and pictures through out the week end. Check back Monday!