Foiled again. I awoke about - well, I didn’t know what time it was since my clock had gone off. Hmmm. Gary’s clock was off too. It was cold in our house. Our little heaters were off too.
Hey, Gar, something’s wrong.
Yep, that’s my solution to every problem: wake Gary.
We tried lots of things. The lights worked, the refrigerator worked, the gas furnace worked. Hmmm, everything on our batteries worked, everything on the electric sockets (the camp electricity) did NOT work.
Well, no Gorge today. We ate breakfast and Gary got out his wiring diagrams and tools.
My thoughts: it’s in the converter. Yep, Gary opened our converter/inverter box and here’s what he found.
Off to work he went analyzing and tracing wires. Finally he fixed the problem. Good man.
We walked in an area on an island in the Columbia, that we can see from our RV Park. I was really intrigued by these houses on the river. Houses? Boats? Houseboats? Actually much more like a house than a houseboat. Some had decks, plantings, sheds, porches, gardens - things you’d see in any neighborhood. But this neighborhood has a dock for a sidewalk, water for the street and a boat instead of a car. But, where are their utilities? What do they do when it freezes? How do you get your furniture here when you move in? Cute homes and some were for sale but I’d want lots of answers before I bought.
In another development in the area we found this little family in the community pool. The lady on the deck above us saw us taking pictures and asked: ‘Are they back? I just got rid of them yesterday.’ Awww.