Tomorrow will be my first full day all alone with Miranda.
I’ve been reading a lot this week.
Miranda’s various manuals have proven invaluable in making me feel that I can learn her systems on my own, without anyone to help me. The Ford manuals (and, incidentally, I can’t believe I own a Ford), has schematics of the electrical set up which will aid me in installing the backup camera monitor.
Also, I purchased the following two books on Amazon:
Neither is the sort of book you want to curl up in bed with (unless you want to be put to sleep!), but they are very informative and will be helpful tomorrow as I start to make modifications to my coach. The language used in both tomes is precise, but doesn’t fall into ‘technobabble.’
Unfortunately, ‘they’re’ calling for rain all weekend, so I probably won’t be able to install my back up camera. I will try to do the inside work, though, and will then focus on getting the study set up.
I plan to spend about an hour with Miranda at the storage place, unloading more boxes, securing what’s been unloaded, trying out the awning, and making sure I know where various components like the water heater and furnace are. Then, we’re off to Home Depot and then possibly Ikea and Lee Valley. I made a list of what I want at the latter and their prices, so that I can compare products at the Home Depot.
Tomorrow’s ‘I hope I can do all this!’ list:
-Properly install Majel (the GPS unit);
-Wire the backup camera monitor into Miranda’s 12V system;
-Remove both beds from the bedroom;
-Remove the carpet from the bedroom;
-Install Allure flooring in the bedroom;
-Reinstall the left-side bed
I doubt I’ll get to the desk, so I’ll probably have to go back to Miranda on Sunday. Since spending the night at the storage place isn’t an option, driving home and back is a more cost-effective plan than would be going to a campground. That’s for next weekend!Share on Facebook