To increase my puzzlement, all the dashboard gauges now worked perfectly. Evidently all the wiggling of the wire harness under the dash tightened some loose connection. During our 160 mile trip from Mayport, FL to Patrick AFB in Cocoa Beach, FL, they performed flawlessly. Lovely, plus no more annoying warning alarm. Figures, but I’m still going to get the wiring harness replaced at the Freightliner Service Center in Gaffney, SC as soon as we head that way.
All is going well, we have a 50 amp electric site here at the AFB FamCamp for $14.50/night. It’s right nearby Port Canaveral where we’re catching our Royal Caribbean cruise ship Sunday for a 7 day sailing.
We’re leaving both the Journey and the Element toad here and taking a taxi up to and back from the ship. Cab fare is much cheaper than the $120 it would cost us to park at the port for a week. Can’t get too much more secure than a military base to leave our traveling home.
Lots of neat aircraft here to watch, including the Air Force Blackhawk helos from their rescue squadron. I love to see my tax dollars being well spent.
We’ll be back on 3 May to work off our sea legs and get back to being landlubbers. We’re intending to roam Florida for the rest of the month. Heat? Humidity? What’s that? :cD
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