Clicking the pics brings joy to my heart, and solace to my soul
I shouldn't even be writing this blog today; I've got so much to do, but I've come to a standstill trying to get the cord to plug the truck into the camper to work properly, but no matter what I try, I can't get all the lights to work. At the moment, I've got all the lights working except the turn signals. And if I turn on the left turn signal, both of the Lance taillights blink, and if I turn on the right turn signal, both Lance taillights turn off. And that's as close as I've had them working in two days, messing with the lights in 90° weather. In fact, the only reason I'm writing this today is I'm taking a break from working in the heat of the day.
I've installed RV plugs in different RVs, and it's always been annoying, but I've never had this many problems before, and I attribute it to the goofy Lance plug that doesn't match up with anything.
I was hoping I could get the lights working so I could drive the Lance camper the 75 miles to my storage room to pick up the parts for the bronco I removed last summer. But short of a miracle, it looks like that's not going to happen, and I'll probably have to drive my truck to get the bronco parts.
I've been so busy. Lately, I forgot to mention that I picked up my new glasses from the eye doctor's office the other day, and they sure are a big improvement over the ones I just relegated to emergency use only status. My old glasses were at least ten years old, maybe more, and I noticed it this last winter when I was having trouble seeing well enough to drive. But that's all over now; I'm used to the new specs already, so I can stop blaming all my problems on my inability to see clearly.
A soon to be flower.
Most of my day is spent standing beside my truck in the heat, trying to get the camper plug to work.
I can't believe this one simple plug has caused so much trouble for me.