Yeah, we broke it down.
On Monday, we drove 9-hours to El Paso TX, and crashed in one of those secure roadside RV parks.
You really need to use these sometimes, even though they cost a little more at times.
We were only 2-3 miles from the Mexican Border in Ciudad Juarez,, which is just outside of El Paso, so we went for the extra security.
Early the next morning (Tuesday), we pulled out for another long drive of almost 8-hours, and we were in WACO TX.
I went straight to the Camping world there, and started the process of getting my Fridge checked out and beginning the approval process for the Insurance company.
The idiocy of the process required by the insurance companies is at a level that would try anyone’s patience, but we are hanging on.
This time, I git a little smarter, and while the CW technicians jumped through the appropriate hoops to prove that the Fridge was indeed bad, we went over and checked into our campground.
This proved valuable later as we could go over to the CG, and do laundry, take a shower, and just overall kill time.
Now, here it is, Friday, and the inspector has sent his report to the insurance TODAY, and now we must wait for Monday for the insurance company rto approve the purchase of the replacement Fridge body.
Then we have approximately two weeks before it is delivered for installation.
Installation will take 6-hours, and then another overnight functional test before we can leave AZ.
I have to re-schedule my reservations in California, yet again, but we have accepted the situation, and are now going through a lot of Maps and Visitor guides to put together a plan for taking our Jeep out into the Deserts (just a little ways) and north to the Mesa/mountail areas.
I hope to get some really good photo’s over the next week. Can’t wait!
Well, we had a great lunch at a Restaurant/Saloon called the Dirty Water Saloon, and are back at the RV catching up on our web sites and mails, ans a little bill paying.
Later, when it cools down (97F at the moment), we will take another walk around the CG