|Busy with cake decorating|
|Jeanette's version of a John Deere cake|
|Party in full swing|
|Everyone one was having a fun time|
|Attendees were Ginette and Trevor's friends.|
|Everything was themed on John Deere; even the plates, napkins and kid boxes||!|
|While Jeanette was busy baking and decorating a tractor cake, Ginette was buys making green and yellow cupcakes.|
|A photo with the cake baker before Easton gets his hands on it.|
|The cake was good but playing around was far more fun.|
Monday finally brought some welcome relief from the near constant rains, since our return from the desert. I spent the entire day outdoors. The 5th wheel and truck needed a good wash.
|Soap, water, a brush and some elbow grease was applied in earnest.|
I removed all Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPMS)caps from the valve stems on the 5th wheel and the truck. They are stored away till the next big trip.
|After the truck was washed and detailed, I removed the Tire Pressure Monitoring Caps that are attached to the valve stems.|
|A close up view of the Tire Pressure Monitoring cap|
For those RVers who are interested in reading about the TMPS we purchased, here is the WEB link - Tire-SafeGuard
It was sunny and warm out and I was energized to take advantage of the great weather. Out came the RV BarBQ and the house BarBQ. I sprayed all the grease areas, soaked the grills and, after lunch, I sprayed everything clean.
|Drying out in the sun|
|Nice and bright|
|The home BarBQ is shiny and bright, once again.|
Writing about cleaning and degreasing is not the most exciting blog topic but it was my reality. With that work done, there is nary a spec of desert dust left. The next job will see us vacuuming, dusting and shampooing the carpets inside the RV. That will have to wait for another day because today is blocked with errands and meetings.