7:41 am - Monday - November 16th - Seal Rock, OR - 50° F, 100% humidity (it has been raining for 8 hours), wind 6 mph out of the east by southeast......heavy overcast, rain, a little wind today with a forecast high of 60° F.....WOW.....that's the first time we've hit 60° in a long time!
On this date in 2016 I had just been discharged from Pacific Eye Institute after my first cataract surgery....on our way home TLE stopped off at the local In 'N Out Burger to buy me breakfast.......I hadn't eaten for 14 hours↴
Over the previous 3 days of almost continuous rain and wind we discovered wet carpeting in the bedroom on the passenger side at the very back. After some exterior inspection I determined it was coming in through the seam where the riveted aircraft aluminum siding overlaps the rear cap. Fortunately we carry a ShopVac with us, and were able to vacuum out most of the moisture from the carpeting, and on Sunday, without any rain for a number of hours I was able to reseal that seam with clear, silicone caulk. As of this writing the moisture as not reappeared. So, once again, just like in a 'sticks and bricks' home, something goes wrong, you diagnose it, fix it, and then get on with your life.
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