February 2018 – What a Ride

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We have had quite a month. intel created a problem in their CPU called the SPECTRE vulnerability. The CPU does a slight of the hand moving data in and out of its cache allowing it process things that come in on … Continued

Weather and Solar

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Battery Condition Based on Voltage, Solar in is the Panel output by Percentage of the Solar array’s Rated Maximum. [gdoc key=”https://rollingshoebox.com/Battery.csv” chart=”gauge” chart_red_from=1 chart_red_to=50 chart_yellow_from=51 chart_yellow_to=70 chart_green_from=71 chart_green_to=100 chart_min=0 chart_max=100 use_cache=no chart_allow_redraw=1 chart_animation=1]      

Tire Maintenance

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RV Tires – Tire Pressure; What You need to know RV tires truly are where the rubber meets the road. Make a mistake here and it cost you more than money. More people are becoming aware of the importance of … Continued

Diesel RV vs Gas RV

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At 36,663 miles, the diesel RV like a car needs certain regular maintenance items. every 15,000 miles or once per year, whichever comes first, you perform some basic maintenance. Our Holiday Rambler Ambassador is a 2006 Diesel pusher, is about … Continued

Quiet in Quartzsite, Arizona 2018

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Since we can’t afford a Jeep Wrangler, the CRV will have to do for seeing the sites in Quartzsite BLM road to an abandoned mine and a place we can overlook the BLM areas.   The minors shack has seen … Continued

Raspberry PI 3 plus

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The Raspberry PI 3 Plus came about out of a need to collect data from the weather station, and the solar panels and stuff it all in one database. Sounds like that should be easy for a guy like me … Continued

You Have Come a Long Way Baby

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It is January and Christmas is still everywhere. Arizona must like the fan fare. For our family and friends these pictures are what we got in this month. Athena and Sophia investigate the Christmas tree   Sophia with her Daddy … Continued

Slide Broken? You can fix it

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The rod on the left-hand side of this picture snapped where the pin was inserted to hold the gear assembly together. This of course rendered the slide inoperable. Our first thought is that since the slide room rides on the … Continued