Today is a traveling day. Just after I publish this we will disconnect the sewer, water and electric. Raise the jacks, pull in the slides, secure the loose stuff then start the diesel.
That is always a problem driving a diesel, on a cool morning the smoke is not good and goes into the fellow RV’ers outfits. But nothing can be done about it.
(It’s not this bad)
If you are not familiar with the diesel-pusher (meaning the engine is in the rear like it is pushing.), it must idol until the pressure gets to at least 70 PSI before you can safely move, so it idles for a few minutes, kicking out diesel.
I will fudge and try to ease out with less pressure, but still enough to work the air brakes. I might be fortunate and she will not kick out too much blue smoke. We will hook up the little Fit out in a big parking lot away from other RV’ers.
WE are only headed up the road a couple hundred miles. WE are going to Georgia to get some pecans. Sherry likes to get a 100 pounds to bag for some Christmas gifts and the rest for us to eat all year. I love pecans.
Her cousin get them for us a wholesale prices. WE plan to get some Georgia peanuts also, we all like those. Son Mark especially.
Her cousin gets them cracked for her and we spend a few days enjoying getting them out of the shells.
That is the plan for today.
The 1937 Ford Convertible above was unique.
1938 Buick Coupe Built for the Business man on the road.