- Make sure items in overhead bins are secure. They become projectiles if not. Especially the hard plastic ones.
- If you hear more than one car horn honking nearby, pull over and do a check, just in case. Our TV antenna was still up.
- Make sure bathroom door is secure when underway.
- Chili's paws WILL find the 'window down' button for the passenger side window. As far as I can tell, there's no Window lock. If Chili's up front, keep hand near Window control.
Those are just a few lessons learned, so far. I've yet to do a sewer dump, so I'll probably have a few lessons from that.
The Millennium Parakeet (2006 Winnebago View) is AWESOME! It drives like a large SUV, accelerates about as fast, and has no trouble reaching and maintaining speed limits. A primary concern I had was hot water. I wanted to be sure it was hot enough, and lasted long enough. Wednesday night, I took a shower in it. I went through my normal shower routine I do at home, to compare. The water was more than hot enough. When I was done, the hot water was still going. I let it continue till I finally decided there were no issues of hot water amount, and turn the shower off after 20 minutes.
The coach batteries last a long time. I thought I might need to upgrade to the 6 volt Deep Cycle golf cart batteries, but it's not really necessary at this point. The charge on the batteries never went down even 10%.
The freezer and refrigerator chill down very quickly.
I still had flu this weekend, but played with our new toy as much as possible. When I got too tired, I crawled up in the bed and napped a bit. I can't wait till I feel better.