The grandkids will get a kick, if you click the grandkids pic.
My refrigerator is still working as it should, which tells me that the campers main propane regulator was failing, and a new one fixed the problem. So even though it makes me feel good to say my refrigerator is working properly after all of the issues I've had with it this last winter, I will now consider the problem fixed and the case closed unless further difficulties arise.
So now my one-track mind can jump off the refrigerator track and get my truck ready to pass Denver's stringent emission standards so I can renew my tag before the end of July. The truck is running just fine, but it threw a code a month ago, and I haven't had the time or the ambition to check what the code is all about. But no matter what the code is, how insignificant it is, or whether it has anything to do with emissions whatsoever, the truck won't pass an emissions test in Denver, and Denver won't renew my tag. Under any situation that's a bad thing, but when your home is a truck camper sitting on top of a truck with no tag... It's a disaster!
After I fix that problem, I will start getting the Arctic Fox in shape to sell. My oldest son still wants to buy it, so I won't have to spend as much time fixing it up as I would if a stranger wanted it. But there are still a lot of picky things that need to be done to the Fox since living in a trailer full-time puts a lot more wear and tear on it than spending a few weekends in it every year. Of course, there's nothing that can't be fixed, it's just going to take some time and more than a little ambition and motivation on my part, and motivation and ambition in my life is about as hard to come by as a winning lottery ticket laying on the ground.