Thanks, Joe, having a ball with it. It is keeping me busy fiddling with all the systems. I have a problem leaving mechanical things alone. I am sort of like Tim the tool man. I have to try to make it better and more complicated than it needs to be. Dragging the Bambi over to Picayune, MS tomorrow to have the new axle installed. Should make the ride a little smoother and more comfortable. I still cannot get the fresh water system to pump from the tank, works fine on city water, but just spits and sputters when using the pump. I am going to have them take a look at it tomorrow and see what they can do. I want do some boondocking this summer and need all the onboard systems working correctly.
WBCCI 10656 Southeastern Camping Unit
Associate European Unit
2006 Safari LS 23 ft
Formerly 1964 Bambi II
"I got a fever and the only prescription is more cowbell"