A little late in posting, but it’s been a busy time.
The next day was the only break in weather that was forecast for several days, so we got up really early and boogied on out of there. It wasn’t raining but it was very windy, AGAIN. Never had so much mud in the rig ever !! It had poured rain all the day before and there was mud and crud everywhere.
It was a good drive, lots of hills and dales. Lots of wind. But steady. We decided to make the drive in one day, mainly because we just wanted to get home and also the weather forecast wasn’t looking very good. One of the best border crossings ever. Didn’t even look at our passports. She asked Ken how long we’d been gone, how many people on board to which Ken responded, ‘2 people, 2 dogs and a cat’. She repeated it and laughed and said ‘have a good day’.
No sooner did we cross into Canada, then it started to snow. Yes, that’s right snow. We went through quite a snow squall, but it passed after several miles. Wasn’t looking forward to going over the Burlington Skyway in that wind, but we were fine.
We left Bedford, PA at 730 in the morning and pulled into our driveway at just before 530 PM. We never drive that long but as mentioned another night on the road just didn’t sit right with us. Maggie and Jackson were oh so very happy to be home. And of course, so were we. We just unloaded what we needed from the rig and left the rest for another day.
We now have unpacked everything from the rig. I have slowly started the cleanup. Almost 4 months living in there and believe me a good scrubbing is required. I’ve got the bedroom all clean and sparkling and the fridge. I’ll get to the rest eventually, in the next few days. We have a few minor repair jobs to do before we take it and have and oil change etc. and put onto the storage lot for awhile.
Oh and the awning fix we had in Myrtle Beach, didn’t work. I don’t know if it’s just the length of that arm that catches the wind. I did some research for an awning clamp. I know Camping World sells one but it would mean putting a couple holes in the roof and the less holes you can have in a RV roof the better. I found this other clamp that attaches to one arm and has a pin that fits into the roller tube and locks. You lock/unlock it with the awning wand.
Well this is the end of this saga for now. I usually don’t blog when I’m home so until next time..take care.