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Did ya get the rv out if CW? Be careful, and like someone said... Listen to Mary....
Diane toftSFM#64....... (The Original Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant) and is retired, duh!
Here's something I've just found out about CW
On our way south last December, we called in on CW in Ft Meyers to get our rear awning fixed. Diagnosis was new motor needed and parts need to be ordered. OK we say, get the parts in and we'll call back in April for the fix on our way back north.
For the last 3 months I've been attempting to get them to schedule our return visit on 8 April for the awning job and a couple of other items. I ring the Ft Meyers 800 number, press 4 for service dept. and start the run around again. Eventually, I get hold of the service manager and he tells me I've been talking each time to a call center in Bowling Green KY! and none of my requests for scheduling have reached Ft Meyers. He then digs around for details of our last visit and confirms my suspicion that the parts had not yet been ordered! Hopefully, they will be there for our 8 April visit which finally has been scheduled.
We do hope our time at CW is not too extended so that we can make CL in time for the rally.
I am up to pg 760 on our mutant history and it is 2/3/14. Several of you mutants were in Yuma at this time of the year and so were we. We attended the geocaching mega event that was held there and spent 5 days geocaching in the desert. Did any of you see a Red Subaru with Idaho "Ogeo" license plates running around town? Of course I don't think I've ever seen so many different license plates in one place as there was in Yuma. LOL. It was our first time there and we were moteling it. We did have fun running around the desert in the Subie. I just kept it going fast on those spots that felt soft and we made it out in one piece. I even drove it up on some rough roads to another event in the hills. It was fun and we look forward to bringing our new baby there to do some more exploring. Of course when we got back home, we had gotten another 2.5 feet of snow that dropped while we were gone.
Deb & Dale--RVM107--2015 Blackstone 280 RKSB
Happiness isn't the destination but the journey along the way!