T-Ball and BBQ . . .

Our daughter Brandi sent over some photos of Landon’s first  T-Ball game this season.

Pre-Game Huddle

Landon T Ball 3


Who’s on Third?

Landon T Ball 1


Heading for home.

Landon T Ball 2

Later in the afternoon I went outside and installed the new Camco EVO Premium Water Filter that I bought on closeout from Wal-Mart yesterday. It was very easy to install and set up, and replaced the smaller type of blue Camco filter that we’ve used for years.

Per the instructions, I hooked it up to the faucet and let the water run for a couple of minutes to flush out the filter before I connected it to the coach water intake. The box said that this filter is high-flow at 5GPM, and it seems to show up in the water pressure inside the coach.

Water Filter Cartridge

The instructions say the filter will last an ‘entire camping season’. Not sure exactly what that means, but I’ll check it in a month or so and see what it looks like. A replacement filter seems to be less than $15 so that’s not bad.

Our daughter-in-law Linda posted this pic of some new patio furniture that our son Chris repurposed out of scrap wood. It’s also nice to see some of our ornaments, the piranha and the lizard, are still on view.

Chris Patio Furniture

Since Nick and Terry were out of town today, about 6 Jan heated up some leftovers for dinner. She had her chicken pasta dish from The Tilted Kilt while I finished up the rest of my BBQ Combo Platter from Famous Dave’s BBQ last week.

Tomorrow afternoon Jan and I will be over at Nick and Terry’s while Nick and I are going to try to move his GypsyJournal Blog website to a new server area on Godaddy.

So if Nick’s blog disappears tomorrow you’ll know things went terribly wrong.


Thought for the Day:

“In a perfect world you wouldn’t need a utopia.” – Mike Meyers


4 Responses to T-Ball and BBQ . . .

  1. Jim Schnell says:

    Greg …. Do you still use a pressure regulator with the new filter?

    • gregwhite says:


      The Camco filter is rated for 125#, and my coach has a built-in pressure regulator. American Coach says our rig is rated to 150# so I don’t really worry about it. However I do have an inline regulator I can use if the pressure is higher than 125 to protect the filter.

      No problem so far in 8 years, and we’ve been in some places with really high pressure.

  2. Greg if you recall when you first went to the Managed site you are now on I reported that I couldn’t get it to load on our sidebar. I tried all the tricks you explained with no luck and have been connecting to you through Nick’s post or Hitchitch. Hopefully what you did for Nick doesn’t have the same effect.
    Be Safe and Enjoy!

    It’s about time.

    • gregwhite says:

      Rick and Kathy,

      Can you refresh my memory about loading it on your ‘sidebar’?

      Are you talking about your blog, or what?

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