Yeah, that's Grand Junction. We never felt that welcome there ourselves. Been broke down there once ourselves. Broke a leaf spring on our 5th wheel trailer coming out of Moab on a Sunday. Had to wait till Monday for repair but all RV Parks full up. But one found a place we could park it overnight. The repair shop was very accommodating, though, and had us fixed and on our way next day. But the city itself just has this, as you say, "hostile" vibe about it. Looks like that water may have been in there for awhile.What is the data portrayed on that graph and why is it showing data for tomorrow, 9/29?We are in the Walmart lot in Los Banos, CA tonite.3Ms
You all travel safe now! New paragraph, the guru in Vancouver had Spider-Man amazing reply to me. James, mostly bike motors have water in them. See users don't know it. Condensation I think he said. Totally recoverable he predicted. Dried out, drill holes in the side casing so is that in the futures of water can be evaporated as the motor gets warm. Knocked me over with a feather. Indications are we may not be correct. The motor is still malfunctioning but because I can run dual motors it might be something I can live with us for a long time. And maybe it will results. not sure about which graph you're mentioning. My assessment of Grand Junction may have been a little bit harsh. I have certainly encountered some nice folks here. The manager how's the Lowe's hardware store was happy to let me stay in the parking lot as long as I needed, as many nights as I need. The International Buffet here is the best I've seen in the country. Hugs to the 3 M's.
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