Saturday, October 27, 2012

Blog subjects

9AM - Blogging subjects
When MsTioga and I began our journey, we decided that we should be able to be happy together no matter where our camp was located. For us, it is not our location that brings happiness and joy. Because happiness and joy comes from what is inside the heart of us.

This is exactly how we feel about subjects that we write about in our blog. This means that no matter what we are doing, there is always something to write about. All we have to do is find out what that something is and write a story about it.

That is why for us on the TiogaRV Team, there are no bad days. Because there is always something going on. Something to write about and share with you.

10AM - RV Refrigerators
Yesterday we posted about our Mr. Dometic refrigerator having problems keeping his cool. Some readers believed that Mr. Dometic may be in the process of failing.

As you may know, Mr. Dometic has a rebuilt cooling unit. We believe that this cooling unit is higher quality than the original cooling unit manufactured by Dometic. The place where cooling units usually fail is at the "Y" joint just above the propane flame. This joint is subject to expansion and contraction. If the welding in the "Y" joint is not done properly, the joint may crack causing the gas inside the cooling unit to leak out.

The little company that rebuilt our present cooling unit understands about welding quality. This company expertly rebuilt the cooling unit and paid special attention to rebuilding the "Y" joint. For this reason, we believe that our Mr. Dometic will not fail.

You may read about Mr. Dometic's cooling unit repair by clicking [here].

4PM - Reader Ron
David from El Chaco called out to me that there was someone here wanting to visit. It was Reader Ron who lives in Juneau, Alaska and also in Boca de Tomatlan, Jalisco, Mexico.

Ron has been a reader for several years and wanted to meet the TiogaRV Team!
Reader Ron and Mr. Max



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Location: El Chaco RV Park
Elevation: 15 meters