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Idle Hands and Terminal Boredom

This time of year is absolute hell for me.  I am not a work fanatic by any means but I do like to stay busy.  If it is not real work work going on, I like to piddle around the Old Girl.  When the weather gets raw, the work dries up and the outside activities are minimal.  The 200 or so square feet of inside space get smaller by the day.  This is nothing new and honestly, I don’t know how Miss Kathy puts up with me when I get whiny and pitiful.  Well, yeah I do.  She ignores me

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Blast Off!

All hooked up and ready to go

I start each of these job site moves with some trepidation.  After all, my motor home is 17 years old and it is getting a little long in the tooth.

This move caused a little more concern than past moves.

I have been sitting in the same location for a year and the Old Girl had not moved an inch in that time.   I am not one of those people that believe in running up the 5.9 liter Cummins diesel and just letting it idle.  I believe it does more harm than good.   The experts

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Setting up to tow a trailer

I am a tow hitch voyeur; I just can’t help myself. I look at every hitch set up that I pass on the road. I look at them at fuel stops. I look at them at campgrounds. I just look at them everywhere. I guess the strange fascination is that most folks don’t have a clue. They don’t research their towing capacity and they figure as long as they have the proper size ball on their hitch they are good to go. Someone buying a new trailer usually ends up buying what the dealer

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