Of all the things that you can do, clicking the pics is good for you.
This is the high school my grandkids will be going to someday.... As long as they don't spend as much time in elementary school as I did.
A laid-back day today recuperating from the holidays. It didn't require much recovering on my part. The only useful thing I accomplished the entire weekend was putting a battery in the Arctic Fox, opening up the slides, and putting a new regulator in the Lance to see if that would help my refrigerator problems... And I have to say things are looking and sounding good so far.
And I say sounding good because somewhere along the way when my fridge started acting up this winter, I read on the Internet that just looking at the propane flame that runs the refrigerator isn't good enough. This person said that the sound the flame makes is the important thing, and if the flame is hot enough it makes a slight roaring sound that you can hear when you open the access panel to the refrigerator on the outside wall of the camper. I wasn't hearing the roaring sound, that he was mentioned, but because of my poor hearing there's a lot of sounds I don't hear.
The person then suggested that there are several things that can cause the flame to be weak and one of those things is the camper propane regulator going bad. Will naturally the propane regulator was the last thing I checked, and since there's nothing you can do to them, I just bought and installed a new one.... And guess what.... I can hear the roaring.
It takes more than one day to diagnose an RV refrigerator problem because it takes them so long to cool down, and stabilize. But I've got a good feeling about the repair I've done this time, because not only can I hear the flame in the refrigerator roaring, but the flames on my propane stove are bigger. So I'll give it some more time before I break open the champagne, but so far I'm very hopeful.
Since I haven't been going anywhere or doing anything, and the various flower gardens around the house still need to bloom, interesting pictures are hard to come by, which explains all the pictures of the grandkids. But it's normal for grandparents to whip out their wallets and show photos of the grandkids, so that's what I'm doing; I'm just doing it on a larger scale.
I've been too busy trying to get things done around here, to go somewhere and take pictures, like getting the Arctic Fox ready to sell and getting the truck in good enough shape to pass its emissions test so I can get a new tag.... danged Denver and their stupid emissions test, I think the Denver area is the only area in Colorado where you have to get an emissions test, but since Denver is technically my residence I'm screwed !
The tooth fairy is boondocking in the backyard. Partly because he's so busy here buying teeth, and partly because he doesn't have enough money left to leave.
My grandson on the left, is attending a one week kids basketball camp, at the local high school.