We wrote that we needed to do some cleaning while we were here in the Salt Lake area. I spent a good part of two days cleaning the inside of the motor home, washing down all the wordwork, shampooing the carpet, and other interior deep cleaning. Gary washed the car and ordered up some parts and accessories we needed. Then we moved on to the exterior. When we were in Denver, we got a quote for washing and waxing the motor home – about $500. Gary thought about it, but then simply refused to pay that much. The last time we washed it was in South Dakota, we then had too much sun to wax it. So we did the waxing at this stop. The motor home is 40 feet long. It is 12 1/2 feet high, and it is 8 1/2 feet wide. That represents a lot of waxing. We broke it down into three days of effort. We washed and waxed one half of it the first day, then washed and waxed another half the second, but the two halves really weren’t true halves so we finished it up on the third day. All of the waxing was done by hand. We don’t have a polisher and we feel one really wouldn’t save that much time anyway. At least the wax went on and off easily. Now check out that luster off one of the cargo doors.
So today I said we are taking the day off and going to the water park. We are camped at a combination water park and campground. One of the pools is open to guests of the campground but you have to pay to go to the larger park. Today we enjoyed the lazy river, shown here with my favorite tuber, and their couple of water slides in the 99 degree temperatures. It was a very relaxing and refreshing day and a welcome change from all that cleaning.