Tuesday, August 17, 2021

Roof top shenanigans........

 7:31 am - Tuesday - August 17th - Seal Rock, OR - 52° F, 100% humidity, wind - CALM......overcast today with a forecast high of 63° F.  On this date in 2018 TLE and I were checking out the Schoodic Peninsula in Acadia National Park....↴

As the park continues to be at, or near 100% occupancy the things we can do are limited.  Terry wanted us to move the two tables I painted a week, or so ago into sites with tables needing painting, but we couldn't do that until 11:30 am (checkout time), so I grabbed the Craftsman self propelled mower and headed down to mow the main beach path, as well as the WDS plant, neither which has been done for over a month.  By the time I finished it was time to move the tables, after which I dropped off Fred at his RV, and headed for home.

A couple of weeks ago I offered to wash Terry's Class A roof, which I knew he had not been able to do for months now since he injured his shoulder, so right after dropping off my gear I headed back down to his site (#1) to do just that.  For the third time in as many days I used my telescoping ladder to access an RV roof top.  He has no solar panels on his roof, and there is not much else besides a few vent covers, and two A/C units, so it didn't take me long to get it clean.....

....and with the completion of that task my work for the day was complete.  Time for a hot shower and a nap!

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