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Old 09-07-2016, 11:53 AM   #3941
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Cut a bunch of new blocks to go under the tongue and stabilizer jacks.. replaces the lame 2x8's I was using.
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Old 09-07-2016, 12:09 PM   #3942
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What did I do to my Jayco

Installed the Furrion Wireless Camera system on our Eagle HT today.
Paid $300 on E bay Installation went well although fishing the wires out and back in was a pain. But successful. Headed to Copper Harbor Mi. Sat morning just over 620 miles there gonna be the first long getaway this year. had a few weekends that were great though
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Old 09-07-2016, 08:50 PM   #3943
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Just unloaded our TT after a trip to Cody, Wyoming. Had a great time at the Buffalo Bill Museum; took two days just to see everything in the five galleries. Dinner and a show in evening. Everything in our Jayco worked as designed. Drove thru Yellowstone NP going and also Grand Teton NP returning home. Even drove just a few feet from a forest fire. Learned that a 10%grade means we should not tow thru Teton Pass near Jackson Hole with our small truck.
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Old 09-07-2016, 09:51 PM   #3944
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Just unloaded our TT after a trip to Cody, Wyoming. Had a great time at the Buffalo Bill Museum; took two days just to see everything in the five galleries. Dinner and a show in evening. Everything in our Jayco worked as designed. Drove thru Yellowstone NP going and also Grand Teton NP returning home. Even drove just a few feet from a forest fire. Learned that a 10%grade means we should not tow thru Teton Pass near Jackson Hole with our small truck.
One of our best vacations we've had was our trip to Yellowstone NP and the Grand Tetons..... absolutely beautiful!
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Old 09-08-2016, 05:59 AM   #3945
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Redecorating continued....

Finished the primer in my Jay Feather X23B. In addition, half the trailer has its first coat of paint and all the cabinet doors are finished. Two people...3 days. Painted the hinges and have new hardware for all the cabinets.
Ordered my roof and trim sealers and a cover for winter storage. In addition ordered Mouse-Free to coat the bottom. Will put in the new flooring when the painting is finished and hang new blinds and curtains. Still lots to do, but am excited about the transformation. Slipcover for couch and cushions will be the next project when all of the above is finished. Phew!
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Changed the Onan Generator oil, changed batteries in the entry door keypad, checked the torque of the lug nuts and washed the RV.
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Old 09-08-2016, 06:16 AM   #3947
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Went to storage and walked around it. Kicked the tires. Checked the outside compartments. Put a coffee maker into the inside cabinet that was retired from the house. Covered the tongue jack with a weather cover.
Dreaming of hitting the road again. Not anytime soon!! High School marching band has taken priority on the weekends until November!!
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Old 09-08-2016, 11:15 AM   #3948
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Was going to get up on the roof and do some work on the AC. Was going to wash the coils, and do the insulation mod. But my son got sick and needed attention, so I only got to conduct an inspection of the roof seals. All is well (seemingly with my son as well LOL!). Some spots will need a touch up soon, but for now they're okay. I guess it's time to decide whether I want to seal everything up with Eternabond and not worry about it any more.

Tonight will be the long push to make ready for departure tomorrow. Have A LOT to do, so it's going to be another late night!
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Old 09-08-2016, 11:57 AM   #3949
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Replaced the 7 year old smoke detector.
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Old 09-08-2016, 07:05 PM   #3950
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Put a strip of white duct tape on the hitch today so I can see the center of it better when backing up the TV.
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