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Friday, June 30, 2006

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Don't forget that photo inventory could be very useful if you ever (heaven forbid) have to file an insurance claim. Which also begs reminding of the obligatory make sure to have a backup of all your data files AWAY from the rig.

The photo of your filter triggered a suggestion. We were doing the same and found that we lost water pressure after a few months and had to buy a replacement (they're quite expensive). I gave the problem some thought and came to the conclusion that it's not really necessary that the dishes, shower, washing machine and toilet water be that pure. So we've removed the all coach filter and now only use one on the drinking faucet in the kitchen.
Fred

Howard,

Use that yellow crowbar much?

Don't worry, in case of fire, you won't have to worry about that nail puller getting burned! :-))

Hi Howard,
I looked at your photo inventory--where did you get the side table attachment for your loungers? We have the same kind which are absolutely the most comfortable in the world! They do need a side table though. Susan

Susan, We love our tables! Here is the website. http://www.sitincomfort.com/larech.html?wcw=google

Jeff,
I meant to mention the insurance aspect of having a photo inventory. Thanks for the reminder.

It can help in determining the amount of "contents" coverage you need and it is important to have a list of items you want insured in the insurance company records.

Fred,
I'll have to disagree on this one. Steve Savage at Life On Wheels says it is important to keep all sediment out of the RV's plumbing. Therefore, all water should be filtered before it gets to the coach.

Robbie,
Haven't had to use that crowbar. :) We got it when our hydraulic jacks failed and we saw that it might be useful in case that happened again to help pry the jacks up into a position so they could be strapped until we get to a dealer.

Pam and I just finished viewing your inventory yesterday on your smugmug gallery.

This entry is still paying dividends! I have been looking at tool boxes with sliding drawers so I liked the picture of Craftsman.

Another mystery is the blueboy so I appreciated a little insight there.

Randy

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