Here's my problem that caused said soreness. This is the stuff that drips off the roof and down the side of the rig. It's so frustrating to wash it all off and have it appear again three days later. I washed the roof this time, squeegeed it from one end to the other, then rinsed the sides to be sure it didn't stick, since my plan was to wash it the next day. It stuck anyway.
I started on one corner with my new handy dandy scrubber, purchased at the Indio Rally. I have to say this thing works VERY well. It's small enough to get into most all of the spaces and the head swivels up and down to get in even smaller spaces. If you need bugs removed from the windshield, it has a side for that too.
To make it even better, the handle extends with the push of a button to something like 16 feet, perfect for breaking off those pesky tree branches in RV parks. About 30 minutes into washing, the sky clouded up. My plan was to wash half while it was in the shade. Now I had to wash ALL of it in one sitting.
I was exhausted by the time I got done, but she looked beautiful through my rose colored glasses. Two hours later I went back outside with my REAL glasses to discover I hadn't done such a great job after all. Oh well ... I'm NOT doing it again!!
For lunch I decided I would try another stab at tacos. Since the salmon didn't turn out so well, how about ground beef. What I DIDN'T have was tomatoes, or salsa, or onions, or anything else that resembled tacos. How about those Korean tacos I made in Tucson?
You should be exceedingly happy you are not one of my kids, required to sit at my table and eat this $%#@$#. No salsa or tomatoes required, but it did call for sesame oil. Hmmm what to substitute. How about balsamic vinegar?? That should be a suitable substitute, right? Ah that would be no.
Now I've cooked it, I have to eat it. That's from my mother's table. So ... another meal of not-so-tasty tacos. The cabbage salad went well with the meat, but obviously the flavor palate wasn't quite there. I choked it down, knowing I had to have this again for dinner.
At least it took my mind off being stiff and sore from washing the rig. Wasn't I happy when I checked my phone to find that the cooking school in Sonora had a class on TACOS this weekend. I signed up immediately. Taco School is in my near future.