Just a quick note before I leave. Jill left Quincy at home today with a dog friend so I have to go over there to let them out to pee and run and play.
Jim, I went to a Journey concert with my high school kids and their friends back in 1986/1987, at the Joe Louis in Detroit. We were fairly close to the stage and BOY was it loud! I ended up using two cigarette filters in my ears except I tore them off of smoked cigarettes and BOY did that stink. I took them out and ripped off the filters from two unused cigarettes instead. Hated to waste the cigs, but I did what I had to do.
Den, you poor thing. Referring to the alternator and radiator accident. Made me think of your extra problem when you dropped the bolt into the washer and had to take it apart to get the screw out. Unnecessary jobs except for the fact that shit ALWAYS happens.
See ya later.
Doc, I liked that you ran into people that grew up in your house! Lucky people to run into you. I would LOVE to walk into the house I grew up in. That place is always close to my heart even though not anywhere near where I’m living now.
Took the alternator to the repair shop, same with the radiator, did I mention the generator to power up the coach part is shot, new $200 generator will be here Tuesday. It is not the same as the one that came out, I will have to carry it inside and haul it out to run it when parked.
So far I have over 100 hours of hard labor invested in the POS and over $2000.
How much did you buy it for?
The $2000 is for repairs?
How did you transport the radiator to the shop?
Two hands and two feet, it’s right next door, 🙂
Yea 2000 and I’m not even done yet, 😦
What took that much fixing? What year? Miles?
2001, 43,000, the ceiling, the cabinets the couch (still not done), the generator, the alternator, the radiator, immeasurable hours troubleshooting, fixing, bleeding, followed by requisite Band Aids, and a lot of beer to help me forget why I spent so much to be in the middle of Misery Island.
It’ll be nice when you get done.
Meanwhile, have another.
The regulator inside the alternator was toast, reinstalled, radiator tomorrow.
The weather here today is like Guam, sticky humid, you can work up a sweat pushing a pencil.
97 °F out.
@ the Nuevo Vallarta for just a chili reano.
Even if I can’t spell.
Stepping outside for the side trip to the grocery store the sky to the west and northwest was filled with smoke from a wildfire. Wasn’t there when I went in.
Blue Creek fire in the Blue Mountains.
Out for a 28 minute stick walk I could see to the SSW the smoke from the Blue Creek fire. The plume to the west might be from a field fire.
Day 6: 259+28=287 minutes.
Gov Gerry declared a state of emergency with all the blazes we have going here, 30 miles up the road the Lowell fire, 2300 acres.
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