Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Pre-Pow-wow days

We have been here since Monday and we've kind of settled into a quiet routine.   We love it.  The sun shines very brightly and there has been almost no wind.   For the rest of the week, highs in the low 80s and the lows around 60.  That is almost hard to take.

But then Saturday comes and the low will be nearly 38 and the highs maybe into the mid sixties.   That will be even harder to take!

We picked up our general delivery package yesterday and we have the digital converter out, installed and working.   It operates a bit differently from the others, so we've hooked it up to the bedroom TV, which has some advantages and a disadvantage.   The good news is that we can use that TV now.  The bad news is that the converter and channel selector is at the front of the coach.   But considering that we have never watched a TV program on that TV, it doesn't appear to be a problem.

The one drawback is that the bedroom TV is being designated as the antenna setup TV.  So the rotating antenna up front has to be coordinated with the channel strength reading in the rear!.   The digital converter is up front and the TV is in the rear bedroom.  So it will be a two person setup when ever we do it.

Tomorrow is  the official beginning of the Pow-wow and we'll see.  Tonight we had a finger food potluck and then a briefing on how to act.   Or should we say "What the proper protocol is!"

Time for an early turn in.


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