(Cars from the Studebaker Museum)
Most folk who read, or run across this BLOG know we live on the road. We sold and gave away most of our ‘stuff’. The rest is rotting away, or mildewing in a Trailer (as in tractor and trailer without the tractor). Had I known we would be gone this long, (I think we started in ‘98), we would have probably gotten rid of all of it.
The trailer is in the woods (Moved 2-3 times), it is not sealed so mice and snakes make their way in. Yeah we are careful every time we enter. I sing to them and make a lot of noise. haha!
Anyway we are in our motorhome full time, it is a 2000 Monaco Diplomat. For more room it has two slides. Yesterday we had a great time. We put all the awnings in, retracted the slides, raised the jacks, unhooked the water, elect and sewer and moved to Rainbow Springs. This is a lovely repeat park. We enjoyed it a few weeks ago.
This park is unusual for a State park because it has full hook ups for RV’s. Anyway we have moved, but as always our address stays the same. We have a mail service in Eustis, Florida that takes care of all correspondence for us.
The fun came in because of a call from our son, Jack. He was on the road from Tennessee to Daytona. Naturally when Sherry heard that, she said, ‘we are having Lunch with jack in Daytona’. That is fine with me. Once the RV was set up at Rainbow we took the TOAD (RV slang for the Towed vehicle, ours is a 2004 Odyssey) . Jack is always such a joy, so we drove 200 miles to say hi and have lunch. Yeah it was worth it, even at $3.65 a gallon.
I just wanted to say to anyone who drops by the LOG, thanks. We are into living life, as some folks say, in our AUTUMN. Yeah our kids and grand kids think we are old. LOL
(They think the one on the left was our first car, and the one on the right will be our last!)
I noticed just off I-75, a car museum that we must visit, it is in Ocala, ‘Carlings Museum’ I think. Anyone been there? Looks like a good day trip.
Well we are off to see Mz. Sadie. A senior who needs some bathroom work. Will report on that later.
Thanks again for coming this way, YOU ARE NICE!
Be normal, and the crowd will accept you. Be deranged, and they will make you their leader.
From our picture window of the world, near South Bend, Indiana. Below is the beautiful 1935 Stude used in “The Color Purple”, at the Beautiful Studebaker Museum in South Bend.