As the soap opera that is our so-called life rolls on, small outside things make dealing with all the rest of it not so bad.
That was the annoyance that “Eleganza” El for short. At a minimum the rats couldn’t make a nest with her poking around all over the shop.
Don’t know if it was the fireworks or the short attention span but she wandered off last Wednesday after we blew off a few at the shop. Maybe yes maybe no but this morning I heard 2 small yelps and El was standing at the gate tail wagging her backend.
Maybe it was just me but I have missed her getting in the way…….ate 3 cups of foodran around the inside of the big shop 2 times and is now acting like she never left………..freeloader! But I think worth the trouble. Its gonna be a great full week!
I didn’t know how much our new restoration approach on fuel delivery systems would be such a perfect choice to the end goal of a reliable coach. Being the one many call for advice when an “FLN” ( that’s funny little noise) in medical lingo…….I see things sort of how a doctor at the CDC would I think.
When I see more issues lately about bandaiding fuel delivery and fuel system issues is why we caught professional guidance to design our new tank.
No more, rust filled carb filters……no more leaking compromised steel tanks……no more running out of fuel when parked at an angle………no more packing a lunch to pump 50 gallons of fuel…….no more trying to fix rusted tanks, corroded senders and frozen fuel selector valves. No more leaking from the top mounted sender seal……..no more in tank sock filters and no 2 fuel tanks to confuse fuel flow. Proper lining and reconditioning fuel tanks will cost more than buying a new single 53 gallon tank with side mount hose feeds….once its in it stays in!
.The day is on and I need to be in it……talk to ya later…..