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New AC, New Campsite

NEW AC

Out with the old, In with the new

If you’ve been following along, then you know we were having issues with one of our air conditioners (see Hot Springs, Hot RV from June 6).

Our AC was cycling on an off like clockwork — 6 minutes on, 6 minutes off, over and over. However, it recently became worse, cooling for 3 minutes, but then blowing warm air for 3. Temperatures in June have been in the low 100s or high 90s. Our single AC unit couldn’t keep up.

So enough was enough. We had a local shop order a new AC and install it. A few hours after the installation, we were in coolness again.

NEW CAMPSITE

We moved to a new campsite just a few doors (make that “driveways”) away from us.

I don’t know why we didn’t move earlier. Our new home is heaven — particularly dog heaven as it has a lawn so Flirt can roll on her back to her heart’s content.

As you can see, we’re right under a couple of trees. It took some fine driving (kudos, Jan) to wedge our way between the two trees . . .

A Whole Inch to Spare

When we look out our windows now, we see lawn and trees, but I think the best view is from our shower’s skylight . . .

Shower with a View

3 Comments Post a comment
  1. Mary Hughes #

    Thank goodness for air conditioners and trees! Looks mighty fine. Mary

    On Fri, Jun 29, 2018 at 11:52 PM, rvSeniorMoments wrote:

    > Tom (rvSeniorMoments) posted: “NEW AC If you’ve been following along, then > you know we were having issues with one of our air conditioners (see Hot > Springs, Hot RV from June 6). Our AC was cycling on an off like clockwork > — 6 minutes on, 6 minutes off, over and over. However” >

    June 30, 2018
  2. Kathleen Hughes #

    Well, thank goodness for the new air conditioner. Your new location is perfect…for you and for doggie. Love your view of trees from your top window. Temps here are hot as well, in the 90s with a ton of humidity. Lake is cold with rip currents. Big summer! Kath

    June 30, 2018
    • Yes, I don’t miss humidity. We were at 4% humidity yesterday. Of course we do have tons of wildfires.

      June 30, 2018

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