Before I write about it, I want to write a a bit more about Alfateers Service Center. The most important information I want to get out there is that they service brands other than Alfa. So if you need service on any brand of class A diesel, and you are near Southern California, give them a call! They are a great group, and they have several overnight spots. We feel they did an excellent job and were quite reasonably priced.
We had new seals put on both slides, some trim repairs, and had them go over the entire rig checking it out. We are happy to say that everything is good! They took it over to Freightliner for us, and we still need a new fuel filter (it was out of stock). One was ordered for us and we will stop back there after the Indio Rally. We'll also have Alfateers service the generator diesel.
All surfaces of the float must be covered with organic material. I'm not sure there's a rule for the percentage that must be fresh flowers; they also use seeds, leaves, beans and bark. Stuff can be dried, chopped, and even put through a blender to create a powder that can be glued to the surface.
Can you imagine glueing individual split peas or lentils onto a float? Cranberries are a little bigger. They also use coffee and chocolate.
We waited in long lines full of fun people. Most of the building locations had a high overlook walkway. We did not get down onto the floor, but were able to ask questions of guides stationed every few feet.
|Craig and our two Grandsons.|