Bet you didn’t know that Marti is older than I am. Yep, she tracked down this younger guy, pounced and made him her own. Her birthday is January 4th, mine is January 8th and she’ll tell you those are the longest four days of her year every year. It brings out the best in me.
We’ve been making headway on our colds. They’ve really kicked our butts, but between the cold meds, the cough meds, Vitamin C, a few other herbs and spices, plus copious amounts of chicken soup and rest, I hope we’ll be up and about to go out for our double birthday celebration dinner tomorrow.
The only time I’ve left the Journey over the last couple of day was to refill our portable propane tank. I have the onboard propane tank almost full. but being we’re in one place for a month, I don’t want to use it. If it runs out, I’d have to take the Journey to get the tank refilled. That would require taking everything down and disconnecting all the utilities, driving to get the tank filled and then reversing everything when I get back to the campsite. Not the end of the world, but my portable tank is working very nicely.
Since installing the Extend-A-Stay kit on the Journey’s propane tank, it’s been a breeze to disconnect the tank and get it refilled.
It hasn’t been really cold here, so in combination with our heat pump, we’ve been getting three to four days out of the tank. I’ve found a cheap source to get the propane filled at a nearby Tractor Supply Center, $1.99/gal. So it is costing us about $2/day. Much better than moving the whole motorhome.
The weather forecast for midweek is into the low seventies, so I’m going to tackle that awning and slide leak. Hope I don’t cough myself off my ladder.
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