2020 July 11 Chillin’


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MIDNIGHT and 84°

At daybreak 76°


he portable A/C arrived this morning. >>>VIDEO<<< With a slight setback and a change of plans, we are being cooled. At present, the unit sits directly across from and aimed toward our recliners.


Our kids were concerned about us in the heat. They brought out a second portable air conditioner. At the moment both of them are running fine, however there’s a lot of heat for them to move out of the trailer before it will be comfortable.

Ella posted: It’s too hot for me. I think I May be suffering from heat exhaust. I think part of my problem May be age, but part of my life I didn’t have air conditioning or fans.

Monday I will call the RV repair people. I have them come out and take a look at the air conditioner and the circuit breaker to determine where the real problem lies and get an estimate and want to cost to repair it. Unfortunately at this point the money that I might have been able to Parry pay the repair person was used to purchase the portable air conditioner.

It cooled off to 96° outside and I sat outside under the awning in the breeze for a long time as the sun began to sink behind the live oaks.

The second a/c unit is blowing over our bed. It is reading 86° but feels much much cooler.

See y’all again tomorrow. Stay safe. Remember, we love you.

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