Friday, June 23, 2006
Working Hard Today
When we got to the warehouse, I started work right away and have been going strong ever since. I found a couple of blind rivet tools (commercial pop rivet tools, basically). They are worth a days pay or more, so I have been cleaning them and and all the parts that go with them. Busy day.
Sharon says that we are getting low on propane, I guess we will have to spend a day at the beach this coming week. Go get propane and go from there to the beach. I think we will only day camp and come home the same day. We are already taking more days off than normal.
I got an email from Dan & Susan saying that is it 120 degrees in Lake Havasu, Arizona. NO THANK YOU! WOW! That is way to hot for me. I have lived in 90 to 106 degree weather, but 120 is a bit much. Will two air conditioners running 24/7 keep a motorhome cool enough?
The business across the street was having its fork lift repaired. They had to pull the battery to do it. With a battery like the fork lift has, you could run a RV for a long time. The battery is about 2 feet high by 2 feet wide by about 1 1/2 feet deep. I just went across the street and asked the mechanic how much the battery weighed. He said between 2500 and 3000 pounds. You’d have to have a lot of CCC to carry that brute.
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