Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Day 64, 65, 66 - Chehalis, WA - TT

Monday (64) - One more minor project completed. One of the day-night blinds needed the strings replaced. And late afternoon yesterday seemed like a good time to do it. The temperature was nice outside and with the awning out, it was comfortable. Today, it feels cold and humid out and it looks like a bit of rain for a couple of days.

I did join the afternoon Zoom session but there wasn’t anyone testing so it turned into a DMR troubleshooting session. 

Tuesday(65) - Today's high is supposed to be only 55°F which is about the same as Fairbanks. I still have a couple of chores to do on the roof with Dicor so I hope we get at least a couple of days of warmer weather. Dicor says it should be around 70°F during use. 

This shows the output of the solar panels. Since we are in a pretty shady site I'm not surprised that there is almost no solar power.

I manually raised the back of the RV using the leveling jacks. A little more than I normally would as two of the rear tires are barely touching the ground. Since the parking brake is on the rear wheels, I usually try to avoid it. But, since the SnapPads are firmly planted, I don't think there is an issue. 

Wednesday (66) - Here is the big screen over the water heater. It is held on with a couple of springs. I may add some wire as the springs aren't very tight. 

The furnace outlets are also held in place with the same springs though the exhaust covers are much lighter I also pieced together some more material behind the air intake grill on the two furnaces. I had "extra" material since the Amazon item for the water heater and furnace screens also included refrigerator vent screens. They didn't fit our refrigerator so I went ahead and cut them to fit the furnace.

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