Why does it rain when I get the jet spray out?

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  1. slobadoberbob

    slobadoberbob Read Only Funster

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    I get the jet spray out and it rains... OK on goes the heavy coat and the old flop hat (minnitonka)... so I am fairly waterproof... in shorts so the leg gets wet and the foot... such is life.

    I had to just get that mud of the RV... the mud I collected when I got stuck on the way in and the mud I collected on the way out of the field at Malvern last weekend.

    Now given I did not get very stuck ... as Bob of Bob & Jane will confirm... just a lot of wheel spin until the extra mats were in place I sure got a lot of that field in the wheel arches and under the RV in general... one advantage of being in a wheelchair you can get low down... see place other people never see unless they get on there hands and knees.

    Anyway I have started and the heavens have opened. I have stopped now, put ti all away and yes the rain has stopped... but I have most of the mud now nicely deposited all over the drive.... that has not gone down with SWMBO ...

    I do ask myself why I did it when the littlle Russian man is coming on Monday to wash the RV.. but I like to see my baby clean ... even if it is for sale. Still finding things to unload..will it ever end:Blush:

    a very wet Bob
     
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  2. philw111

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    Are you sure it's not just a leak further down the hose? Is it raining down the street as well? :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Just the big man in the top flat giving you a helping hand :RollEyes:
     
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