Well, almost home
We are in the local Wal-Mart parking lot tonight.
I stopped here to get some RV antifreeze as it's going to get down to 28 tonight and 23 tomorrow night.
I winterized this rascal right here in the lot.
It's raining, and 6 gal. of water from the water heater, and only about 5 gal of so that was still left in the fresh water tank wasn't going to hurt anything.
Winterizing this rascal is dead easy. Drain the water tank and water heater, close those back up, fill a plastic tank with RV anti-freeze (2 gals.), flip a switch on a panel that bypasses the water heater, and flip another switch that pumps the anti-freeze from the tank through all the water lines. Then open up the cold water taps long enough to see anti-freeze come through, shut them off, and shut off the anti-freeze pump and the water pump. Took all of 15 minutes or so.
I looked at the mileage, and that made me tired.
Right now it's showing 66178 miles, and by the time we get home it will be 66180, as we are right close to the Wally World. When we bought it on Apr 15 this year, it had 56991 on the clock and we put on 600 bringing it back from Ga. where we bought it.
Doing the math, that means that we've done 8,589 miles worth of tractor/attachment related road trips in the last 7 months.
That's not all yet though, because IF I go to the plow day over in Butler, Pa, (and I'm starting to think I will) that will be another 303 mile, round trip.
Dang that almost makes me tired just thinking about it.
I really don't foresee anymore tractor related road trips this year, but, ya never know.
We have decided that if it gets too danged cold and snowy for to long this winter, we will head for Florida of someplace else where it's warm for a while. Maybe we will look for someplace that's having a drought
Edited by OldBuzzard, November 11, 2013 - 10:25 PM.