Friday, April 14, 2017

Jojoba



Bye Bye Jojoba

8:30am - Later this morning, The Scampy Team will be heading out. First thing to do, is go to the 24 Hour Fitness in nearby Temecula. Gotta keep those old muscles toned!

We do not have to hurry to arrive at Cousin Jacky's home. The latke party begins tomorrow around 2pm.

The replacement vent cover is on the way to my friend Evie's home. Hopefully the vent cover will arrive tomorrow.


1pm - 24 Hour Super Sport
This afternoon when searching for a 24 Hour Fitness Club,  the search term that I used was:
"24 Hour Fitness Super Sport"

The "Super Sport" Clubs are 24 Hour's best! They have all the amenities. The best and often the latest equipment. And lots of equipment too. Hot tub spa. Sauna. Steam room. Free towels.

Cardio Stats
Here are my statistics for today's treadmill exercise:
  • 2.4 MPH average speed
  • 4.0 elevation
  • Maximum heart rate: 114 beats per minute
  • Resting hear rate: 74 BPM [When I am in bed after waking up]
  • 30 minutes: Time on treadmill
Weight today: 152 lbs


5pm - Visiting Evie
Evie recently moved to the Laguna Woods Senior Community. She has been living in her home there for about a month. When I was last here, she had just moved in. Since then, Evie has gotten her home in order. Very nice!

She showed me all the pictures hanging on the wall. Of course, all of that looked very familiar to me. Many were the same pictures on the wall when Evie and I were still married. Our marriage ended in 1985. Thirty two years ago!

We went out to supper together at King's Fish Restaurant. Great food!

7:30pm - Nite Camp
Scampy is staying in the parking area behind Evie's home.





Elevation: 307 feet










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9 comments:

  1. Nice to get that vent cover and installed you will be good to go.
    Enjoy the party.

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    1. Hi OAT,

      Yes! I expect that you are right! Good to go.

      George

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  2. George,
    Have a "Good Friday". You've probably already seen the approved Dometic kit to prevent the fridge pilot light from blowing out. If not the link is here: http://z3.invisionfree.com/Freedom_Of_The_Road/index.php?showtopic=2702 Hope this helps your problem so that your battery stays charged. Regards and Happy Trails!

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    1. Hi Kevin and Kim,

      I followed your link. Didn't find a solution to the Dometic fridge pilot going out.

      I've decided not to try and find a solution to this pilot going out thing. When I stop someplace, I just go and restart that pilot.

      Fridge stays pretty cold. Even on a hundred mile trip, fridge stays about 45℉. Cold enough!

      Thank you sooooo much for reaching out to help me! 😎

      George

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    2. Unfortunately you must copy and paste the URL because my Hyperlink tool is not working right now, so clicking on it doesn't work. I've read elsewhere that if you call Dometic's helpline that they might send you the shielding kit (free?). Summertime may be a different story temperature wise.

      Stay Cool! 😎

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  3. Hopefully the Tioga team can have a meeting now where Mr. Dometic won't be "out"!

    Happy Easter

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    1. Hi K & K,

      Maybe we will. That would be a good thing! 😀

      Happy Easter to you!

      George

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  4. We were always told to shut the propane off when driving. We did so too and never had spoiled food. On every break we took we turned the propane on while we were stationary and off before we drove on. Worked well for us without problems.

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    1. Hi Vera,

      Thanks for sharing!

      I am doing the same thing as you. Driving with the fridge off and then re-starting the fridge when parking or camping.

      So far, no food spoilage!

      George

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