This RV port would not have been possible if it wasn’t for the love of my late Mom. An interesting side note my late Mom for sometime has wanted us to get a RV cover. She would always ask can I get you that cover for your home which I always replied no we want you to stay at Rosemont Assisted Living as long as the good Lord was willing. About a week before her passing Mom brought up the subject again and I replied as usual. Before hanging up that evening she said well maybe you will get that cover soon. I never mentioned this to anyone until now. Her wish for us is finally a reality and I thank her for that. Most importantly and the gift above all was her love for the Lord, us kids, family and friends.
Also Sandy and I want to thank her brother, James. He took this project under hand even though he's busy in the oil patch and made sure the project was done right. Without his tender loving care, supervision and follow thru it would not have been completed. So, a big "THANK YOU" goes out to him. James, we can never pay you back for all you do for us.
With the exception of the morning sun hitting the back and a bit on the south side of the motorhome we are basically in the shade most of the day. We can tell as this cover has improved the efficiency of both A/C's. They cycle more often and our temp inside is a few degrees cooler than prior to putting up the RV port.
The 16ft eves with a 20ft peak in the middle allows for someone to stand on the roof for servicing and cleaning.
The only glitch is we can not get a DIRECTV signal with our roof mounted Wineguard Trav'ler dish. DIRECTV was here this Saturday to solve that problem. We still need to paint the trusses, support post and install the partial panels on the south side. BIL James says this just might happen the next time we make one of our short road trips.
Until next time. . . .MtnAire Travlers.