From a weather standpoint, Red Bay was fairly unpleasant today. It began to rain around 8:00 AM this morning and the temperature dropped throughout the day. Pretty windy as well. Because we hadn't heard anything from the service office, at lunch we walked over to check out our current position in line for the replacement of our roof rails. Not bad, we've moved up to #2 position and Billy (the scheduler) thinks that we might get called in to a bay tomorrow to begin the 2-day process. By now, it was about noon and we had resigned ourselves to getting no further work today.
At 12:45 PM we received "the call" to report to Bay #2. This was the tech we specifically requested to take a further look for our water leak when we spoke to Billy on Monday. It took us until 1:10 PM to get all packed up, unhooked from the utilities, and pull the slides in to be able to get over to the bay. Our tech, Marion, had performed work on our rig two years ago and we specifically asked for him to attempt to locate the water leak. At first, we went over all of the previous "suspects" to locate the leak without success. Things were looking bleak!
|Shower Connection (paper towel against black|
backing wall to check for leaks)
|Looking down the plumbing wall|
(Common room carpet circled)
I know that I had checked this area for wetness back in Dumfries, (before we retired), but I can only conclude that we I checked we had not taken a shower recently and the visible leaking had dried. Oh well, another item to list to our maintenance list. Check plumbing connections.
Thanks for taking a look!