* A better late than never post. Sunday June 7, 2015 Current Temperature: A Pleasant 72⁰ overcast Current Time: 9:00a.m. Current Location: Fredericksburg / Washington D.C. KOA Kampground Okay, so we are not boondocking, but Man does not live on bread alone and this is our Manna and Nector. After approximately 8 hours on the… Continue reading This Place Could Be Dangerous
Now we have guest.
Due to data limitations my blogs for the past 2 days will come later. However, I did want to note for any boondockers out there that the Walmart in Cromwell, CT (i84?) is RV friendly. We arrived approximately 9:00 last night and as a courtesy called to ask if okay to stay. At the point… Continue reading Quick note:
Current Temperature : 82° Current location : Columbia, SC Current time : 10:30 am Approximately 420 miles from home. There is a belief in the sailing world that one should never set sail on a Friday. “”That won’t apply to us. ” we said to ourselves. We believed that since we were camping that the… Continue reading Never Set Sail On a Friday
Current Temperature: 70° Current location: Manning,SC Walmart Parking Lot Approximately 370 miles from home. We used our Allstays app to find a Walmart that would allow overnight parking and are pleased with the results. It’s not overly huge, but still ample room for parking. We are near the garden center, along the side. There are… Continue reading First Night
Current temperature: 88° Current location : Waldo, Fla Current time: 3:10 Just a chuckle. 70 miles into our 1500 mile trip the boy says, “Are we there yet?” All we could do is laugh.
Just a quick idea: I was doing my pre-trip inventory when I heard thunder and decided to high-tail it into the house before the skies let loose. But, before I left the job too undone, I snapped off several pictures of the area I was inventorying. Didn’t take but a few minutes and I was… Continue reading Camper Inventory
APeek of Before Couch, cushions and valances done in camper. If I were to do it again I would open the couch out to redo it. Hopefully it will last a couple of years. We need new greenery along the top and I think we will be good to go.
We took the camper for a dry run today to make sure all the adjustments Jim made to the camper and truck work well before we head to Maine in a couple of weeks. We don’t want to get caught with our proverbial camping pants down. We drove from home to Gainesville, stopping for lunch… Continue reading Dry Run