Chase the Blue Dot

It doesn’t matter how many times an RV park says they have perfectly level sites, our RV will prove them wrong.  🙂

Leveling the jacks

This is what our jacks should look like once leveled:

Perfectly level jack.
Perfectly level jack.

Notice how the jack is just lightly resting on the gravel. Now look at our right rear jack after one night in the RV park.

A perfectly unlevel jack.
A perfectly unlevel jack.

Yeah – the jack shouldn’t be sunk in that far. So it was time to pull in the slideouts, pull up the jacks, and slide some leveling pads under the rear jacks (Bob put 1 on the left rear jack too, even though it was fine).

After the leveling pads.
After the leveling pads.

I suspect that it’s a combination of the rock used and unlevel ground. We’ll see how long it takes before we have to level again. I imagine that it will happen a couple more times before we leave for Albuquerque. And yes, mechanically, our jacks are fine. We had the Fleetwood service center in Oregon zero out the jacks and verify that they were working fine.

After all the leveling fun, we joined our fellow convergence campers for a little bowling.

Low scores count in bowling, right?

It has been a long time since I bowled, probably 15 years. Even longer for Bob, so we were not expecting much at the bowling alley. Good thing too, because I bowled two games and still didn’t break a 100, even when you combined my two scores.

I brought my camera with me, and took some photos of the bowling details with my Sigma 105mm 2.8 Macro.

Where we entered our names and corrected scores.
Where we entered our names and corrected scores.
Bowling lanes with pins.
Bowling lanes with pins.
Bob throwing the ball down the lane.
Bob throwing the ball down the lane.
The bowling balls waiting for the bowlers.
The bowling balls waiting for the bowlers.

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