We woke up to 29 degrees this morning, and a problem with our front living room furnace. Ar-r-g-g-g-h! The blower turns on for about a minute, no heat kicks on, so the blower turns off. Back bedroom furnace is heating just fine. We've checked fuses, that's not it. We're not sure how to troubleshoot this one, so we are going to get out the manuals, and put a call into Tiffin or the furnace people Monday AND we're going to the RVforum to check and see what others have to say or whether they've experienced the same problem. Maybe there's something we can do, maybe not. And it looks like NOT. Consensus of opinion on the forum is a bad "sail" switch. Since we are headed to the keys on Tuesday, we're not going to worry about the getting the furnace fixed until after we come back and head into northern Florida again.
This trail was much prettier than the General Van Fleet one near Bushnell that Sparky was on last week. This trail is 46 miles long (Sparky did nine miles of it today and Eldo picked her up at one of the stopping points. Let it be known that she could have easily gone further but that was a great ride anyway! We had things to do and not a whole lot of time to do them today.
The Withlacoochie is a paved, 12 foot wide trail running through Citrus, Hernando, and Pasco counties. There is a wide variety of things to see in changing habitats, nearby ranches and farms. Part of today's trail was through the Withlacoochie Wildlife Management area. Did Sparky see any wildlife? Just a lot of birds, but didn't capture any photos...they were too little and too fast! HOWEVER......there was a river sign that Sparky decided to investigate...Sparky is drawn to water like a magnet.
So she hopped off her bike and started walking until she saw THE SIGN:
Some interesting ranch entrances....
There were green mosses and lichens growing anew in the woods....It was a beautiful day to be out riding even though it was cold!