Canyonlands National Park

Friday, December 29, 2017

Blown Fuses Update

Where Are We Today

Fuse Update
In my last post, I wrote about blown fuses. After trying five different locations in Yuma with no luck, we called it a day. The last place we asked, suggested O'Reilly Auto Parts or similar store, when we got home, I found a marine place online that I ordered them from, to be delivered to us at Pilot Knob RV Park.
New fuses and block re-installed

The other day while back in Yuma, I checked at O'Reilly's and low and behold they had the fuses I needed. It wasn't long after we got home that I had them installed and we are back in business, all set for dry camping in a few days.
I am sure you are following along in Pat's blog, of our daily adventures. So I will leave you with a pictures of where we are taken from my drone.

Looking south towards Mexico

That's our 5th wheel and yours truly flying the drone

Looking north towards Interstate 8 and the town of Felicity on the other side of the Hwy.

Looking east towards Yuma

Another shot looking north, not many in the camp ground right now, but a lot coming in January

George and Suzie

Sue and Roger

Some playing bocce ball

Main office and club house

Different angle, notice the 1930 Model A

Thanks for following along, leave a comment if you wish as I do like to read them. Until the next time, take care and be safe.



 

15 comments:

  1. Nice drone pictures. It sure adds perspective from just reading a map. Excellent flying weather too!

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    1. Thanks, it has been great flying weather and that camera takes amazing pictures.

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  2. Love the pics. Glad you got the issue fixed before heading out to dry camp.

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    1. Thanks Deb, and yes I am glad about the fuse issue

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  3. Nice that you got those fuses and all is good, Thanks for the drone pics too.

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    1. Your welcome George, you can use them if you like.

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  4. Glad you got the Fuse Issue straightened around. Those aren't exactly the cheapest fuses to be carrying extra with you either.
    Great Drone Pictures, Now if you could only Zoom In on that old Model "A", LOL.
    Be Safe and Enjoy!

    It's about time.

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    1. The fuses weren't to bad in price and being I ordered two also, I will have spares.The model A is a 1930 on a 1929 chassis. It is an everyday driver.

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  5. I love the drone pictures...sure gives you a different view! Glad you're feeling better too!

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    1. Thanks guys, I am feeling much better, it is a cold and will run it's course.
      The drone pictures certainly do give a great view. The drone will go 400 ft. up and a couple of those pictures were taken from that height.

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  6. Great drone pictures. Glad to read you are feeling better. I emailed Patsy and we are hoping to see you real soon.

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    1. Thanks guys, yes feeling much better. looking forward to seeing you again.

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  7. Yeah, these pictures are really crisp, a drone is for sure on my bucket list. We marked your camp ground down as a future destination. Glad you got that fuse locally. Maybe we should get together coming summer, so that I can pick your brain about a few things. Anyway, we wish you and Pat a "Happy New Year" Benno + Marlene

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    1. Thanks, I really like how well the drone pictures turn out. Would be great to get together this summer. Happy New Year to you and Marlene.

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