OK, it was about time, but I finally got it back. It has been gone for months and months and months. My motorhome is what I am talking about. It has been in the shop way too long. It took about three months just for them to get the compartment doors in. I guess my rig is so old that no one keeps them in stock, so they had to be custom made. It is a 2005 model.
I drove the Jeep over on the other side of town to where the RV repair place was located. Yep, it was finally done except for a couple of small things I spotted and they fixed those on the spot. I then paid my bill and got all the stuff out of the back of the Jeep to hook it up to the RV. Everything went smoothly except for the heat and humidity. It was so humid you could reach out and close your fist and ring water out of the air. I was soaked though and through by the time I got ready to bring her home.
While I was hooking up the Jeep, of course I first fired up the generator and the main engine so I could run both overhead ACs and the AC from the engine. By the time I was ready to go, it was nice and cool in the coach. Got in and ready to come home and I noticed that the fuel gauge said it was empty. Oh well, they are never empty until the gauge goes under the empty mark, right? I could tell it was quite low because when I made a turn the gauge would bounce up and then down again. There was enough in there to slosh around, but I did fill it up before getting home. It only took 64 gallons and it has a 100 gallon tank. Guess the gauge is wrong or the tank is smaller than I thought. That made my day, and I got home before any rain hit. You all have a good day, today, you hear?