Re: Wheel Bearings
It's so easy to lose track of distance where there's not an odometer -- so we've started keeping a journey log book, just as if the trailer was an aircraft. We note each journey: date, starting point, stopping point, and distance. And, if we forget to read the car's odometer to get the distance at the time (very easy to do) we just get the distance from Google Maps after we're back to computer access. It's not accurate to the n'th part of a kilometer, but it's better than no record.
Setting off again on Sept. 30 towards the Okanagan from the Lower Mainland -- looking forward to parks that aren't crowded, but it's our first voyage into the mountains, so we're a tad tense about how we'll manage the downgrades, which we realize shouldn't be a problem because people tow up and down the mountains highways every day, but the first time feels a little like the first time jumping into the deep end during swimming lessons!
The Road goes ever on and on
Down from the door where it began.
Now far ahead the Road has gone,
And I must follow . . .
'09 17A with accessibility modifications