I put the 5th wheel hitch back in the truck again. I had left it hanging on the Arctic Fox pin box when I got here so I would have more room in the back of the truck to help move stuff. I have found that it can be very convenient to just pull out the 4 pins that attach the 5th wheel to the truck, raise the front of the Arctic Fox up a few inches, and drive out from under the hitch. This gives me a lot more useful bed space to carry stuff if I'm going to be somewhere for a while.
Before I ever started doing that I called the Arctic Fox manufacturer, which is Northwood, and asked them if it would be okay to leave the hitch hanging from the front of the Arctic Fox and they assured me that it wouldn't hurt anything because that pin is the strongest part of the trailer.
I went to Toys "R" Us today and bought my grandson a birthday present. His 2nd birthday is next week and the family is having a big party for him next weekend. I bought him a little kids toolset because he's into tools right now after watching his dad and I doing various projects around the house. I was rather disappointed that I couldn't find a toy battery-powered drill because mostly whats what he sees in my hand is my red Milwaukee battery-powered drill and I think he would get a real kick out of having a drill that looked like papa's.
I also stopped at Harbor Freight to get some gloves that I use when I empty my holding tanks but they didn't have the kind that I've always used. I've tried other types of gloves but the kind that's always worked best for me are called food handlers gloves. These are the disposable gloves that you see people working in restaurants wearing when they're making you a sandwich. Their dirt cheap, I think one size fits all, and the most important thing is you can easily put them on and take them off. Sometimes when I've got the gloves on I might need to go into the trailer for something and I don't want to be touching everything with dirty gloves, so with food handlers gloves I can take one off, do what I need to do and easily put it back on again. And you can't do that with regular rubber gloves. I've always bought them at Harbor Freight but this is the 2nd Harbor Freight I've looked at that didn't have them. I know they sell them at restaurant supply stores but I would probably have to buy a case which I would never be able to use up. So it looks like I will have to find another source from my gloves or find another glove that will work for me.