What Is Happening with Daisy 2012 travel blog

The RV tech at Camping World at first could not replicate my water drainage issues so he asked me for more information. I suggested that he had not used enough water to cause a backup. He then hooked it up to city water, inserted the water hose tightly into the shower drain and had another tech to turn the water on full force. That did the trick; it blasted out all the gunk. He cleaned the holding tank and tightened the fittings under the kitchen. It was nearly noon by the time he had finished.

On the way out of New Braunfels, there was a traffic tie-up due to a wreck. Once I got past that, it was smooth sailing all the way to Ingram. Before going to the RV park, I stopped at several places looking for cardboard boxes to replace the ones that had gotten wet due to the kitchen sink leak. Since I wasn’t scheduled to arrive at the RV park until Thursday, the space that I had been assigned was still occupied so they assigned me a different site. I like the one I’m in better because it is closer to the club house. After getting hooked up, I discovered that the RV tech had left his large Hilti flashlight inside the cabinet under the sink. By the time I had found it, it was too late to call Camping World so I’ll have to call tomorrow.

During the process of putting everything back under the sink, I discovered that I had duplicates of several seldom-used items. I made sure I put similar items together in the same box this time so maybe I won’t buy more of those things until I actually need them!


Route: I-35 S => TX 46 W to Boerne => I-10 W to Kerrville => TX 27 W to Ingram

Total Miles Driven: 94

Weather Conditions: Sunny and warm

Road Conditions: Good. No construction west of New Braunfels this time!

RV Park: Johnson Creek RV Resort

Park Conditions: Excellent. Long paved pull-through sites, very nice staff, free Wi-Fi, two very nice club houses, chapel, swimming pool, working pecan orchard

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