Friday, September 12, 2008

No trespassing

A last night in the USA.
On Padre Dam’s Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve.

These are a chain of water reservoirs around which camp places are created.
With electricity, water and sewage hook ups.

But they also have something they have in countries like Iran and China.
The price to stay one night includes WiFi.
One can connect to the Internet using Padre Dam’s Santee Lakes Wireless Internet System.
For this one needs to access a website, fill in a username and a password.
Next, the page of the company that handles the WiFi service appears and one can surf and mail.
However, it is with restrictions.
Like in China and Iran, certain websites are not allowed to visit.
A message appears that the connection is interrupted.
The websites that are not allowed to visit show pornography.
The scaring thing is that somehow the censor knows those websites.
Even if they are in France or other countries.

The Fuso Szulc had another visit to Kearny Mesa Truck Centre in San Diego yesterday.
To tighten the bolts and to eliminate a certain noise coming from underneath.
Like something loose and banging.
This Kearny Mesa Truck Centre in San Diego is a good place as they give excellent service and have a high quality of workmanship.
Service manager Ron Lucero wants customers to be happy and satisfied.
Mechanic John Neff is highly experienced with Mitsubishi Fusos.

Yesterday new rubber mats were placed between the camper box and the chassis.
And the swing mechanism of the cabin was oiled.

After all the service at Kearny Mesa Truck Centre in San Diego, the Fuso Szulc drives better than ever with her four Bilstein shocks, two Timbren shock absorbers, extra spring leaves and new rubber mats for the moving camper box.

Today is the crossing of the border into Mexico and the first of five days driving south.


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