Thursday, February 21, 2013


Hi fans well we went to Algodones Mexico last week had a dental appt. for a cleaning and they found a small cavity and repaired it total cost was $80.00. They do good work down there. The reason it probably cost so much in the states is insurance and law suits and taxes. but as long as we have access to going down there I will use them. We had a good meal and came back with no problems We've been going down there for dental & glasses for 3 years now. Had some friends Bob & Marge from Tucson come over Tuesday and they left this morning we had a great visit and we took them down to Algodones for lunch and a little shopping the girls bought some jewelry and we had some good Mexican food and then crossed back into the USA. We went to the Yuma Territorial prison where they kept the bad guys before Arizona became a state late 1880s to early 1900 it has been a while since we were there and they have made some nice changes over the years and very informative and interesting I sure would not want to be locked up there. Well all is good with us we are enjoying our winter visit here and plan to leave for Tucson in March. Until later safe travels.

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Working way too much

When we were in Georgia this summer we met up with friends that we have know for years Billy & Kay, well billy and I worked together in Tucson. Anyway we met up with them for a few days and their RV shined like new. Billy told us about the product he used called (Poliglow) said it is time consuming but worth it,well we ordered the kit and I (we) decided to get started on applying it. This product works great on boats and anything that is fiberglass, boats are one thing as you can stand on the ground or a small ladder and reach the entire surface well not true with a RV motorhome or 5th wheel as they will require a extension ladder or tall step ladder. The last two days have been hell you have to hand clean the area with a special cleaner wash off and dry then apply the poliglow with 4-6 coats. with a minimum of 1-10 minutes drying time in between depending on outside temps and you are looking at doing a small area at a time I must have been up and down the ladder 500 times in two days and I'm only about 1/3 done. Folks let me tell you I'm warn out and using a heating pad in the evenings. Today is Sunday and the Lord give me the day off. I will get started again tomorrow if I can roll out of bed. But the RV is looking good. the weather is great mid to high 70s daytime and is ideal for this task. hope to get the rest done this week if I can move.Hope all you folks are enjoying your lives wherever you are and think of me as I only have 750 more trips up and down that ladder. Safe travels.