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Category Archives: Full Time RV Life
Last week I met a couple living in their RV in Hooksett. Their home stretched like a commercial airplane, narrow and tight. It’s messy and cluttered, with barely space to set down a cup of coffee, but the engine works … Continue reading
We once again have a working Microwave oven. A couple of week ago the microwave part of our RV combination microwave-convection oven went out with a roar. The 2.5KVA capacitor that acts as a voltage double and makes the magnetron … Continue reading
It’s now 8 NOV 2014 and I’m finally catching up on my energy. I’ve slept through the nightmares and my mind is back in balance. My chest doesn’t hurt and my old man skin is mostly healed. Starting on the … Continue reading
And we’re ready to begin another winter in New England. For the first time, fingers crossed, we’re fit for travel on the road. With the gracious permission of the Oxbow Campground in Deering, NH I’ve been able to remove the … Continue reading
Battery University is a source of information I’ve learned to trust. Here’s more than you probably want to know about Lithium Iron batteries. Voltages are per cell. Battery University / Cadex Corporation BU LI Charging And finally: When the battery … Continue reading
This is one of those jobs that if you don’t start you will never start. If I sat down and tried to do the math first I never would have gotten around to doing the actual work, so I didn’t … Continue reading
Now that spring is finally here I’m taking some time to fine-tune the motorcycle trailer I put together last November. I knew I had too much weight on the trailer hitch but I already had enough stress taking care of … Continue reading
We bought our 1987 Rockwood in November of 2011. It was a derelict about to be parted out by the new owner. The tires were high end Michelin X tires all dry-rotted to hell. The right front blew out on … Continue reading
You have your own home or a luxury loft apartment. You drive a relatively new car that speaks to your status. You dress in clothes that you think flatter your and put forth the image you want to show the … Continue reading