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Old 04-13-2015, 09:41 PM   #35323
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If the forecast is correct - we should have a excellent chance of great weather at least 85% of the time we're mutating here at GC1.2 Redux. And the pavilion has remained high and dry thusfar. All smooth sailin from here!
Well the Weatherbug thinks so at least...
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Just thought i would show you our preEaster setup waiting for everyone else to show up. Izzabella was in supervisory status the whole time.
What happened to all the leaves on the trees? Oh, that's way up thar in Canada -- you probably don't see new leaves until July. Izzy and Lily would make quite a pair.
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Old 04-13-2015, 10:10 PM   #35325
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Last night, after dissolving into a puddle for a few minutes, I went back to the coach to do a few more things. I tried to ignore the gaping chasm with all the ugly plumbing.


Then this morning I woke up, got on the 'puter before heading back out to the coach and dissolved into a puddle again ... only for a different reason. You guys are unbelievable. Kate & I are amazed at your compassion and kindness and offers to fix our plumbing. If, after looking at the pictures and getting the scoop, you still want us to head to CL "as-is", we'll do it! Just give us a bill after you're done!


We are coming toad-less because we haven't bought one yet. (Will do that this summer, likely.) So, if we need to pick up supplies or parts, we'll have to beg for a ride to Wally World or whatever plumbing supply store is in Hot Springs. (Or maybe we can just rent a car after we get there.)


Ok, here's the ugly truth ...
Mel,

It looks like someone made a connection with PVC to ABS. If I'm not mistaken, the two cannot be glued together(two different plastics). It may have to be done with a rubber connector and hose clamps.
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Old 04-13-2015, 10:19 PM   #35326
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Just thought i would show you our preEaster setup waiting for everyone else to show up. Izzabella was in supervisory status the whole time.
Thinking about this again... I can see what you're doing here... you're going to make us come up there and get you. I'm on to ya... yep. We've got your number. :
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Old 04-13-2015, 10:29 PM   #35327
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OK so when do you arrive??

Are you here yet.


I wanna Popsicle.
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OK so when do you arrive??
It will be a surprise...
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Ok, guys, for your engineering minds here are some pics of the cracked sprayer and the hose it was attached to. CW salesman told me that it's a discontinued sprayer. I checked at Home Depot and they don't have one like it, either. All the newer sprayers have a male end and the hose connection is the female end; the outfit in Bow is the opposite and apparently no longer made.

Looking at the connection attaching the two pieces of hose, I wonder if someone did a "fix" sometime in the past.

The crack is in the threaded area of the sprayer and I think you can see it in one of the photos.
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Ok, guys, for your engineering minds here are some pics of the cracked sprayer and the hose it was attached to. CW salesman told me that it's a discontinued sprayer. I checked at Home Depot and they don't have one like it, either. All the newer sprayers have a male end and the hose connection is the female end; the outfit in Bow is the opposite and apparently no longer made.

Looking at the connection attaching the two pieces of hose, I wonder if someone did a "fix" sometime in the past.

The crack is in the threaded area of the sprayer and I think you can see it in one of the photos.
Again easy fix. Get a sprayer with hose from home Depot then get a adapter to connect to wear the old hose connects
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Or where they have it splice together put a barb fitting with threads on one side that way you can attach the new sprayer
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Good morning Dwayne. Was it Razorback camper sales that you used there in Hot Springs? You mentioned one not far from CL.
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R U an RV Mutant too?

Yesterday was the 2nd Anniversary of RVMdom! Now 109 RVMs strong.
Mutants together on a rainy evening, with some comfort food: Nola's potato, ham and cheese soup. A beverage or two was also enjoyed!
The ladies talked a bit (ya shure!) and the guys discussed RV repair facts, theories, and plans of action; some might even work!
Happy Anniversary RVMdom! RVMville is assembling at CL for the long-awaited Redux, and we kicked off the event in fine style!
If yer coming, hurry up! If ya aint, you are in our hearts.
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That just shows you, you don't have to have a pavillion to have a good time!

Now a donkey might add some excitement !
Why are you always picking on me!!

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Ok, guys, for your engineering minds here are some pics of the cracked sprayer and the hose it was attached to. CW salesman told me that it's a discontinued sprayer. I checked at Home Depot and they don't have one like it, either. All the newer sprayers have a male end and the hose connection is the female end; the outfit in Bow is the opposite and apparently no longer made.

Looking at the connection attaching the two pieces of hose, I wonder if someone did a "fix" sometime in the past.

The crack is in the threaded area of the sprayer and I think you can see it in one of the photos.
Oh heavens, please fix it before you get to CL - pee-ew!
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We will arrive today and Earlene is expecting a rousing welcome.

She said she was spoiled by last years welcome.
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Steve and Annie look cold!
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