Monday, March 07, 2016

Relaxing sometimes

Saturday started out by Nancy having us a good breakfast of scrambled eggs with peppers and onions, turkey bacon and a couple of toast with jelly that with a good cup of coffee is a good way of starting a day.
After breakfast and getting ready I was off to the roadside market for some fresh vegetables and fruit.
From there I stopped in Walgreens to see if they still had the 8 oz. bags of cashew nuts on sale. No they were not on sale so I bought a bag of trail mix that was on sale.
Then it was to the Flea Market for a quick look, but before I got there it was traffic time. When I was close to the intersection of the two main roads the cars were backed up more than usual. When I got close enough to the traffic light I could see what all the confusion was about.  The light on the north south route was staying green for a long time. When the light changed green for the east, west traffic it was green just long enough for three cars to go through and then back to red it was. Sure hope they get the light to working out to the right timing.
I did get to the Flea Market and a quick run through without buying anything.
The rest of the day I was watching the college basketball games.
Yesterday was a relaxing morning until Nancy notice some water on the floor in front of a cabinet.
I looked to find this.
A slow leak on the hot water line coming out of the water heater. It had leaked a couple of weeks ago and I tightened the fitting but now it was time to buy a new fitting.
So off to Home Depot I went to see if the had the elbow fitting I needed.  They do have the PEX tubing but not the plastic elbow. They have the new brass Shark-bite fittings.  I will look today to see if I can get the original type fitting.
Not doubt something else will come up that I may need. With a motorhome twelve years old things do wear out.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.    

1 comment:

Rick and Kathy Rousseau said...

As you said as and RV ages all the little problems start to show up but dealing with them is still cheaper than buying a new RV. You might end up at an RV dealer for that connection.
Be Safe and Enjoy!

It's about time.