Stalled out in the desert
We had to stop here in Kingman, AZ to take care of an overheating problem. We did everything we thought was necessary before we left but the RV keeps over heating. From what our mechanic friend tells us, it is probably just a thermostat or maybe a fan, both easy fixes.
This has been a very hard day. It was 104 degrees at one of the gas stations where we took a break. The scenery is less than inspiring and we had to stop and start about ten times today. So, we’re playing it safe and hanging out in a really big campground that is full of kids. Hopefully tomorrow we will be able to get back on the road without all the tension of that darned buzzer telling us that the engine is overheating.
I did take a video a couple of days ago when we were in the South Central Valley of California. There were hundreds of wind turbines surrounding this little town called Tehachapi. (Love the way that word sounds!) I haven’t been able to watch the video yet because of “technical problems,” but I will try to post it here. I found it very hypnotic.
Nevermind. I’ll just put a photo here. Too complicated with a tired brain.
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