Someone on this forum said a little black cloud follows me
.... seems it was a rain cloud this trip. We went I-10 to I-95 and back home (Tucson) by way of Atlanta, Nashville, and Memphis. During April this was very wet. The good part is/was that there were fewer bugs.
The country is/was beautiful and the people were the best. Texas "hill country" is pleasant and Lake Ponchartrain is big
.....St. Augustine is clean; can't say the same for the French Quarter in New Orleans; Savannah and Charleston are impressive..... sorry this wasn't supposed to be an opinion posting....
Rain leaked in in my front and rear windows; I caulked in New Orleans but the rear window glass seems to not fit tight against the gasket ????? I'll have to work with that.
The BAL jacks were a nightmare until I put on the LockTite you suggested. Seems to have fixed the problem; you can imagine how I liked crawling under the trailer with it raining and my just getting out of the shower (inside) to put the nuts or taps back on.
Does your Reese dual cam work on curves? Mine seems to not work as well on a sweeping curve with the prevailing winds gusting to 35 mph. I guess once the bars are out of the saddle it isn't working as well.
It was really nice of you to give me advice on-the-road and I actually met a forum member at Live Oak RV Park in Tallahassee......he said he knows The New Kid and I didn't get his name correct
He has a 310 Airstream MH.
Speaking of Airstreams, last night we stayed in Benson so that we could arrive in Tucson in the morning after rush hour......there parked beside us was an older Airstream International with KANSAS written on the side in large caps.......Could you order your home state letters at one time?
The International had "dome liner" windows in the great room and in the bedroom by the way. It was from Nebraska.
Sorry to ramble.