Posted by: ramblinmanjimj | September 1, 2009

RV Transition Day #1

On this day, nothing got physically transferred. First impediment was the 93 degree heat.

The real reason though is that Mary is not a technical person and so this burden becomes mine. Being an ex-engineer, I tend to be a mostly organized person (not a perfectionist like I used to be!). So before I begin any project I need to study it.

First, about a one-hour physical inspection on the new motorhome. I need to know and understand how all this stuff works!

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Behind all this stuff is the radiator and the largest gas engine made.

Then it was time to attack the operators manuals. So I spent the better part of the day (in the air-conditioned house!) reading manuals. Isn’t that exciting? Like I’ve said so many times about the RVing life…”It’s a lousy job and someone has to do it!”

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The manual stack is 5″ high and about 500 pages.

Forecast for today is 93 degrees and 96 degrees tomorrow. At this rate it’s going to be a long transition since I have to retreat indoors at about 10:30 AM. Long range forecast for next week is supposed to be in the upper 80’s. Perhaps I can work until noon? For the last 15 years, I’ve stayed 99% of the time in 65 to 80 degree temperatures, I grown quite sensitive to extreme hot or cold temperatures. When it gets over 80, I really start feeling sluggish and sleepy. Oh well, enough of this. I’ve got to get back to my operators manual(s) reading!

All original material Copyright – Jim Jaillet 2009
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  1. Like you said it’s a tough job and somebody has to do it!

    Have Fun & Travel Safe
    Donna


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