So, it is that time of year, the time of year when I think of Winterizing Wanda, and in this time of COVID (and 2020 being 2020) this year there is a snag.
That snag comes in the factor of the fact that this year the drive through winterizing special that the RV dealership holds (that I go to every year) is cancelled.
Even worse is the fact that they have jacked up the price and require that every trailer is “Quarantined” for seven days before any technician goes into said trailer.
Soooooo . . . that’s not happening.
That means that the time has come to winterize Wanda myself. I know the process, I know what to do, I just haven’t done it yet.
I will buy the special antifreeze that goes in the pipes this weekend but not actually do the winterizing until next weekend (after payday, of course).
The winterizing will have to be done at a full-hook-up campground, and I want to do it before the one in town closes its hook-ups (if they do) for the season.
I don’t want to get caught with water in my tanks when and if a sudden deep freeze hits us (and it might, because 2020 is 2020).
This is yet another skill I have to learn and yet another thing I have to deal with on my road to my future.
As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive, and keep moving forward!