|The local po po took our pic for us....at least it wasn't downtown.|
Let's try 110 degrees.......
|Welcome to the hottest place on the earth......|
The problem was that the cavity under the bed, where the air conditioner was mounted would confuse the thermostat into believing that the temperature in that area was the room temperature, thus shutting off the compressor. I am going to have to modify the bed to have a return air route to help circulate the room air. The 8,000 BTU unit wouldn't keep up. I had to make a run to the local Ace hardware store and buy a fan to help push the air out into the room. It's a minor thing, but annoying, nonetheless.
On our voyage to find a hardware store, I made a wrong turn and found one of the coolest houses on the planet. This house was built in 1906 and kept in the family for generations. The current owner told me that the house had been owned by elderly heirs, so the insides were basically like new. These folks must be master gardeners, because this place looked like Busch Gardens.
My buddy at work says I need to give campground ratings on the blog using a 1-5 numbering system. I need a cool rocket symbol or travel trailer etc.
After a lot of thought, I came to the conclusion that I will rate them in "Bubbas." 1 Bubba being the worst and 5 Bubbas being the best you could ever ask for.
I'm gonna give the Lake Scott campground a 3 bubba rating .