Day 8: (yesterday) New Brunswick to PEI
Another bad day yesterday, it was raining the whole day. When the screen room is wet, it weighs a ton. I just dump all the wet stuff to the front storage, how convenient.
I almost lost the panel cover of the hot water. Someone got my attention, he was doing the wave and pointing back to my trailer but I cannot see the problem, the rain, water spray and going close to 110 kph in TCH did not help. Next exit was close by and I took it. Wow the panel was just hanging and when I try to move it, it fell...I was lucky to save it. I fixed it by using a long twist tie from the white water hose I got from Wall-Mart the other day.
Unbelievable not even a scratch flapping at 110 kph speed, this fix survived a 2 hour drive.
I was wondering why my TV rpm was higher going up hill and the mileage was lower, I forgot to dump the water from the tank. I have to use my checklist and not rely on memory when breaking camp.
You know I depend on the GPS app to guide me to all my destination, so far it gets me there but last night it got me here with the shortest distance by using unpaved roads. My TT was covered with red mud, what PEI have plenty of.
Off roading and the path are too narrow, I can't make a 3 point turn or U turn with a TT in tow lol, so I moved on. The pic is blurry because the camera was focusing on the wet windshield, I will set the app to prevent this next time, I'm using Carcorder app to record my driving trip, 94 GB of video so far.
I got to the private RV site in one piece with my red TT covered with mud. I was about to wash the mud away and just my luck, the site electric came off for several hours. No power means no water pressure. Oh we'll I set up with the dirty TT.
My site have 2 way service, 15A power
Did anyone try using our rig's AC on a 15A? It is not hot here but I'm curious if I have the option to use my AC. How about the heat pump, will it work on a 15A?