July 1 2011

Hot Hot Hot


We received the new interior air conditioner yesterday.  I hooked it up but it didn’t seem to do much to alleviate the extremely high heat yesterday afternoon and evening.  This morning after reading the manual.  Isn’t that what one is suppose to do first.  It’s a man thing I guess, but this morning I noticed that the humidity is what’s knocking the stuffing out of us.  So I put it on dehumidify this morning and lets see if that helps the main unit keep us cooler.

 

 

5 Responses to “Hot Hot Hot”

  1. Z from Chicago says:

    You have humidity in Oklahoma?

    I hope it works.

  2. Pootie says:

    When you lived out in Anthony, I remember
    Deb putting a wet towel over and in front of
    the box fan on the floor. Might try that up on
    the steps to the bedroom so it blows cool air
    into the living area. We had 107s to 109s
    last week. Mucho caliente every day so I
    empathize with you guys. It’s still over the
    triple digits. Yeppers, hot, hot, hot!

  3. Databrokers says:

    Yes, Debbie and I remember that well. Good gracious, there has been a huge amount of water under the bridge since then. Heck, I may have burned that bridge and several more just like it too in the long passing of time. You guys stay cool out there in old El Paso Pootie. Oh and Z it did work enough to make it more comfortable for us this afternoon sitting here in the RV, although I can’t make it feel like Fairbanks in here. You know a good crisp fall day at around 20 degrees 🙂

  4. Z from Chicago says:

    We were supposed to get into the high 90s today but, at least along the lakefront, it just got up into the 80s because of the cloud cover. When it gets near 100 I wish for nice crisp fall days as well. But 20 is winter here. Ha.

  5. Databrokers says:

    I awoke this morning to a very very cool house. I’ve been running the de-humidifier all night along with the RV air. Once, the level of humidity came down and the outside air temps fell the house temp dropped into the high 60s. The water in the air on the outside of the windows has coated them with a heavy dew. Can’t see out but it’s cool in here. The air temp outside was the warmest we have had at night, it only came down into the low 80s.

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