After our somewhat harrowing rock climbing expedition on Thursday we opted for a 'stay at home day' Friday. There are always things requiring attention when you live in a home with wheels; much the same as a sticks and bricks home.
One thing which had caught my attention with our recent move from SDC to Tony's property was a small hole, or worn spot in the fabric (Sunbrella) of our patio awning ( by Zip Dee) along the track that the little wheel affixed to the left top corner of our entry door has made over the years......
.....everything came out quite nicely.....I even took time to apply a little AmorAll to the black wheel covers.
I also spent some time in the trailer going through the tool bag in which I keep my larger, heavier tools. I don't use them often, but it's always good to sort through them periodically to see what I have. Over time other none tool stuff seems to find its way into this bag, and I found and removed a number of 'intruders', plus rediscovered a few tools I forgot I had.
While I toiled outside TLE vacuumed the interior, plus spent over a hour defrosting the Dometic absorption fridge.......frost tends to accumulate more rapidly in this more humid climate. I think this is at least the second time she had gone through the defrosting regime since we arrived in Southwest Harbor. In the dryer southwest climes where we spend much of our time we can go 6 months between defrosts.
For our evening entertainment we began watching the mini-series entitled 'Pacific' released in 2010; produced by DreamWorks, HBO and Play Tone. It is a 10 part series of which we watched the first three episodes. It is about the Pacific Theater during World War II. IMDB gives it an 8.3 stars of out a possible 10.....we would agree. So far we are quite impressed with the historical accuracy, acting, and cinematography. We are watching it courtesy of Amazon PrimeVideo on our smart TV.....Tony's WiFi is amazing!
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