Shirley has developed a bad case of the shakes. It's been there for a while but it is definitely getting worse. Anything over 65 mph and this 20 year old jeep vibrates like a a pager from the 90's. There is a whole bunch of parts on the underside that can cause this and none of it is easy to fix, or easy on the budget. A quick look underneath shows a nice collection of red Moab mud still stuck to the inside of the wheels. Well, that might throw the balance off just a tad.
I get a few curious looks from passerby's while lying underneath the jeep with a putty knife. We are after all in an RV Resort. There is zero tolerance for working on vehicles here. It's just not allowed. Sweeping up the scraped mud into a dustpan shows me just how out of balance the tires really were. A lot. Alas it doesn't solve the problem. I'll run the Jeep down to the tire shop and get them balanced to take that out of the equation first.
It's Ticket Tuesday at the local cinema. Any matinee shown before noon is only $5. There's only one movie playing before noon today, and that is Bohemian Rhapsody. It's a hollywood movie on the formation of Queen. If I have to explain to you who Queen is then you should stop reading this blog and head to a record store. Freddie Mercury was a household name in the mid 80's and this movie really shows a good glimpse into the life of the band. I'd recommend it for anything under $10 in admission.
Westgate 20 complex is your one stop shop for a night out.
We scrounge ourselves back to the RV and take Eli for a stroll. Just another day here in Phoenix.