I said I wasn't going to do it.
I was determined not to do it.
But today I was forced to do it.
I had to dig out my WINTER COAT; CAP; GLOVES ETC.
I even had to dig out Bennie's coat. Well actually the BLUE one is Turner's that was always too big for him....complete with his matching BLUE leash.
And Bennie had his RED coat that was always too big for him......complete with his matching RED leash.
But the BLUE one fits Bennie better.
Bennie was actually giving his head a little shake right in the middle of taking this pic:
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I woke up this morning and it was 16F/-8C. Last night I had my electric heater going non-stop and the furnace going full blast as well.
The problem with these RV's is that they are not built for these kind of temps. As quickly as it heats up, the heat goes out just as fast.
We bundled up (including my long johns on under my jeans) and walked over to the Office to do laundry. I was running low on propane (read: need it for HEAT), so I asked the women at the desk where I could go to fill up. She's a 'local' so called a few places in town....remember this is a very small place. No-one was open !
On my way in here I saw several RV Parks and hoped one of them would have propane as many of the larger RV Parks do have propane right on site.
Off to Walmart we go to do a major stock-up and buy another electric heater as these cold temps are going to last for another few days.
When I left Walmart I tracked back to the way I came in and sure enough I came to one of the RV Parks that had a sign that they had propane. But would anybody be there to dispense it ?? WHEW - there was.
Other than that I had a nice relaxing afternoon and evening - with both electric heaters going mad - but the furnace has not cut in once.
I am glad for that because (1) it blows out COLD air in the beginning which freezes me to death and (2) it's noisy.
Dinner for tonight was a hamburger with mushrooms; mashed potatoes; cauliflower and broccoli. .