Yes it was very nice to meet you in person.
We rarely encounter other Airstreams let alone almost identical units parked side by each. What are the odds?
Twins separated at birth - Waterton Townsite Campground
It sure can blow there. (Upper Waterton Lake - Mt. Cleveland in background in Glacier NP, Montana.)
I'm sorry we didn't talk again before you pulled up stakes. We headed out one morning for an all-day hike ( I think it was the morning after all those Yahoos were outside making noise in the dead of night) & then found you gone when we returned. The lake calmed down after you left. It was a pretty nice change.
Rare calm - Upper Waterton Lake
We headed out a few days later at dawn. We'd like to go back as we saw a lot of wild life when we were there. (That is besides the local party types.)
Dawn Start - The Beginning of a Long Day
For more pictures of our Airstreams & a few miscellaneous images only remotely related to Airstreaming see:
Zenfolio | evan effa | Airstream Camp Sites 2009
To stay on topic though...
Sorry to hear about your pump. It could have at least had the decency to wait until you finished winterizing.
Ours still works but I have to say that I will probably replace ours anyways. The noise & shuddering flow it produces is pretty bad. I have ordered an accumulator but will probably also get one of the Shur-flo Extreme 4.0 pumps to finish it up. Please let us know what you think of yours.