So... it's a beautiful day here on The High Plains of New Mexico. We had planned a lil moto-excursion for late morning today, or until our friend Andy The RV Doctor called with the news our new water heater had arrived and would I be around so he could install same? Why, yes... c'mon down!
So. We were advised our hot water heater was on its last legs when last The RV Doctor visited us. Being the prudent type I AM... and thinking it's much easier to replace something now than endure a crisis later... we ordered the new appliance.
Two hours and change later and the deal is done. I now have a new water heater that should last me at least eight years or so, if the normal replacement cycle holds true for the hard water area that I live in. I was lucky to get ten years out of the previous appliance and I fully intend to stretch this new one out for as long as I can. For they are expensive, Gentle Reader... to the tune of six Benjamins when all is said and done (tax and installation). NOTHING about RVs is cheap. But we knew that going in.
And our WX has changed in the meantime... we are all clouded up and threatening rain. So we shall defer our putt in the countryside for another day, because we hates getting wet while on the mo'sickle. That just isn't any fun any longer. Not like it used to be.
Miss Zukiko, all dressed up with nowhere to go.