Blairsville, Ga – Rivers Edge Rv Park (high 81, low 65)
We’ve seen very few sunny days since we’ve been back here in Georgia. The forecast has predicted rain and thunderstorms most every day, but thankfully, we’ve only had one day where it rained most of the day. We’ve had a few showers, but mostly just some clouds. We don’t mind the clouds because it keeps the temperature cooler. The predicted highs in the low 80’s haven’t happened for a while, and that’s good. Our cold front is gone and with it the lows in the 50’s.
Yesterday, we decided to get the LED light strips installed around the deck. This is what we used. It’s the same as we put in the coach over the slide.
The light strips are waterproof and I assumed okay for outdoors, but I happened to notice the power supply box said indoor use only. We ran two sets together, using only one power supply and had to figure out where to put it that would be out of the weather. We ended up putting the power supply in the bay of the motorhome. It allowed us to hide the cords and worked out real well.
I neglected to take any pictures last night, but will try to remember tonight. They look nice. We had rope lights around the deck before, but these are nicer and you can change colors.
A couple comments on my last post about the snake in the wet bay mentioned Mui and Erin’s idea to prevent critters in bays.
HERE is the link. We think it’s a good idea, so we’ll do the same thing. Thanks Mui and Erin!
A year or two ago, many blogs started using “comment moderation” on their blogs. After you left a comment, it would take you to another screen where you had to “prove you’re not a robot.”
It looked something like this.
I rarely see these darn things anymore, but when I do, if it’s a new blogger, I may leave a comment once, but rarely the second time. I see some blogs where they say they love getting comments. Then why do you make it so difficult???? Do they not wonder why they rarely get comments?
Okay, rant over.
I think we’re going rock picking today. There is a nice trailhead a few miles up the road. It’s on a shallow part of a river and it’s full of beautiful river rocks. I love looking for special river rocks.