On our travels back from California in March, we stopped in Erhenberg to rest. An excited Jagger once again sees Tennessee (John) and goes crazy wanting to play and maybe get a small piece of bacon.
The next morning we head down to the Marina for breakfast, but after getting there, we discover they weren’t open yet. Aiden and I reviewed the menu and he decided on my french toast…
Now I am preparing for my month long loop through Southern California and then a Spring trip East. Along with a few more warranty items, I am doing some regular annual maintenance on both the Coach and the Workhorse. Since leaving last February 10th, I have piled on 20,000 miles to the Workhorse and towed the Coach 5,000 miles.
Utility Loom under the Kitchen slide. This is a bridge for electrical lines and has broken once before. Bretz RV in Missoula, MT did a haphazard repair that I had to pay for and now it’s broke again.
In come the slides, up come the stabilizers. All hatches, cabinets and vents closed and secured. I move the Workhorse into position and a catastrophic failure happens…
The warranty repairs consisted of the Utility support under the kitchen slide, the Lippert rear stabilizer pin that broke and the most important repair was the electric mode of the Dometic refrigerator.
Travel Journal – April 2, 2014 Long Term Visit I have been camped at Verde Leaf RV Resort in Buckeye, Arizona for 32 days now. It’s the first time I have […]