Monday, July 29, 2013

Hot air

This morning I decided to check tire pressures before the sun got too high. I drug out the hose and fired up the compressor and proceeded to check Mel's AIR Firestone footwear. I only found one shoe that was running a bit light, so I removed the rest of the winter air and filled it with fresh summer air. Now all 6 tires are spot on the mark.

One project a day is enough so I have decide I'm done for the day. I'm a real Don Juan, one and I'm done. I will do some more reading and as the notion strikes me, begin stowing stuff for a trip to Walmart in the next couple of days. I'm also planning a road trip this weekend so I need to get ready for that.

Later this evening we'll see if the Cardinal's can get back on track after taking a beating from the Braves over the weekend. All in all we keep searching for ways to enjoy the good life.

18 comments:

  1. I never heard about switching out the air either. But if I could, I'd like some winter air about now ;-)
    Like your Don Juan theory too!

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    1. Winter/summer air is something that all RVers should be aware of. Very similar information as the keys to the oar locks and left handed monkey wrenches.

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  2. Good that you are aware of these little known RV owner's secrets, John. Mel will appreciate it for a long, long time.

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    1. It's amazing how little things can be overlooked.

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  3. Not sure if your title refers to Mel's shoe or the line you're handing us. ;)

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  4. I always pictured you as more of a Don Quixote type, uselessly charging at windmills. After all, you are a Cardinals fan... :cP

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    1. Being a Cardinal fan has never been an exercise in futility. To do that you need to be a Cubs fan.

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  5. You did good. That winter air gets mushy in the summer.

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    1. Glad to see you're aware of things that need to be taken care of.

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  6. It's good to get those big jobs out of the way. Now you can relax. :)

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    1. You just can't get away from it this time of year.

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  8. Check gumotx for pictures of a neat train ride he did.

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