Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Painting RV Day 2

The second day of the painting of the RV. They are moving along faster then I thought they would. This was taken in the morning before they arrived at about 8:30. All the clear coat was removed on this side the day before. 
 Yesterday morning they wet sanded the area using a VERY fine grained sand paper.

 Also yesterday Pablo the mechanic arrived right on time at 9:00. Bill wanted him to check the windshield washing system as it isn't working. He also was going to install a new K & N Air Filter.
 Filter got installed and was determined the pump to the washer system was not working. Could not fix that. 

Meanwhile the painters had finished sanding the RV and were applying the protective paper getting ready to paint the graphics. 
 Well they were almost finished sanding. 
 You can see where one graphic is on the cab over.  
 They were working quickly.  
 At 1:30 we had to leave as wed managed to get a dentist appointment with a highly recommended dentist here in Mazatlan. 
 We were there until almost five o'clock. He has to go back Friday. 
Painters were gone when we got home. There are now colors on some of the graphics. The main painter was here earlier in the day picking up a sample - the door to the water heater - for color matching so the background of the house can also be painted.

By then we were both starving so headed across the street to eat. Disaster  Forgot it was Tuesday night when they have good entertainment so the inside dining area was all reserved. So had to eat outside. It was already cool, sun was just setting and the wind picked up. Even I was cold. We both ordered sandwiches. Mine was okay, Bill said his was terrible. So were ate as much as we could stand and rushed home to the heater.  So that was yesterday. I was afraid that between the dentist and the lousy food Bill's stomach would be acting up again. He went to bed about 8:00 and seems to be okay. Guess the Pepto works. 
Still have stuff to post about our trip to Copala but want to keep up with the painting too. So for once I'm ahead on doing my job. Have this post an another one ready to go.
Today...was a very serendipitous day - found the baker of the good cinnamon rolls, got to tour a home in Centro that was built in 1795. 

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