Most of the nicest people i know live in Oregon..... Its wierd to have your gasoline pumped for you though.......
Yeah, it's horrible to have someone else get wet and smelly and to have to pay less per gallon for the priveledge
You guys are making me cry. Rain. On the Orgeon coast. Never seen such a thing
Christine, you are duplicating my experiences of the last two weeks.
I temporarily stopped my window leaks
by using foil tape all along the bottoms and sides of the frames where I knew stuff was coming in. Then I used it all around the top edges on the outside. Does not look elegant, but it stopped most of the water. I had repairs to do on the roof vent as well. Just wipe the gel coat outside, the foil type tape sticks well once most of the water is wiped away.
I found that the white caulk, despite it saying it can be used on wet surfaces and is supposedly usable in wet conditions.. is not. I have a ruined paint
job where it turned into mush after a day of drying and then being exposed to rain. It oozed and dribbled. The inside condensation almost liquified the stuff.
I also got some sill sealer faom. The long blue pads that are used to place under sills in cnstruction to isolate wood from ground. I ran it all around where my cushions met the walls, and it did a good job of keeping the condensation down at the perimeter.
Burros have glass walls, so the drip factor is greater. In conditions like you are seeing now, the best thing you can do is go to the 99 cents store, buy several rolls of cheap paper towels and KEEP wiping.
I found that the condensation was only extreme when the buckets were dumping, and at all other times, it was only a minor annoyance.