Sunday, February 7, 2021

Flexsteel.......

 7:46 am - Sunday - February 7th - Seal Rock, OR - 41° F, 93% humidity, wind - zero mph out of the north.....cloudy, and drizzly today with a forecast high of 45° F.  On this date in 2011 we were camping at Rincon Parkway north of Ventura, CA with my brother Philip, and his wife, Jeannie.....their trailer is to the right of our Newell.......we still had the 2002 T-Bird then.......↴

The ocean is a scant 40 feet away from the front of our coach....

Saturday dawned drizzly, and remained that way all day long.  We had planned to attend the farmer's market in Newport on this day, but the rain put the kibosh on that.  I spent some time in the trailer disassembling TLE's old recliner (about 6 years old) so we can dispose of it in the dumpster easily.  It took me about an hour to finally get it apart.......

The cushions and armrests....

.....the wooden framework, and metal bracket

.....we'll be picking up TLE's new recliner from our friends Tom and Darleen in Wittmann, AZ in about 10 days.  In addition to that we will also be taking delivery of a new driver seat for me while we are in Arizona....an almost new Flextseel seat I found on eBay a few days ago.......


.....my current drivers seat is also a Flexsteel, and has full power....the new one is also full power.  I got it for $700, and am looking forward to installing it when we get to Wittmann.  Additionally, since I'm going to have the driver seat out of the way in preparation for the installation of the new Flexsteel seat I'm going to install the new digital tachometer I wrote about back in March of 2020.  I've ordered that from Speedhut.com to be delivered to Wittmann, also......


.....around 1 pm we drove into Newport to buy some groceries at Fred Meyer, and stop off at the local O'Reilly's auto parts store to pick up a few trailer supplies.  We were back home just before 3 pm.  By that time the rain had intensified a little, which pretty much ended any ideas I had about doing some outside work.

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