We spent yesterday at home doing chores. It was nice and warm and a beautiful day to spend outside.
From Rick’s recommendation, I finally ordered some of The Solution and we tried it out yesterday. It’s supposed take allow to apply it without washing the vehicle, but our motor home was pretty dirty, so we rinsed it off, gave it a quick dry off and then applied the solution. We have a clear coat on the motor home, so it’s pretty shiny when it’s clean anyway, but the solution seemed to make it nice and smooth and shiny. It was certainly easy to apply. You just spray on and wipe with a micro fiber towel. It didn’t streak and was very quick. We only got the right side of the motor home done. We hope to get some more done before we leave next week. We’re hoping it will keep bugs from sticking.
Al climbed up on the roof and put some caulk around the marker lights in the front of the motor home. That had been done last July, but they already had some gaps in the caulk and caused a water leak down the front window onto the dash. It’s amazing how fast that stuff needs done in the Florida heat.
We also replaced the two bad sensors we had for our TST Tire Pressure monitor system. After we put the new ones on…we now have THREE sensors that don’t work! I’m getting frustrated. I like having them, but we have had trouble with the sensors. One of the not working sensors is one of the new replacements. grrrrr
We’re trying to get things done instead of wait until the last minute….like we usually do. We’ll be leaving on the 26th, so we don’t have much time.
A “cold” front moved in overnight and our temps are only going to get up to 70 today, which is more or our normal seasonal temperature for this time of the year. It’s a quick moving one though and we’ll be back to 79-80 by tomorrow. We’re hoping these unseasonably warm temps will last while we’re in the Keys.
The new header picture is from our visit to J.Ding Darling Wildlife Preserve on Sanibel Island. The white birds are white Pelicans. They are amazing birds and much bigger than their brown cousins.