The evening before, I take in all the awnings. Some mornings the dew is heavy on them and I get wet. Or it might be raining. I put up the chairs and out side tables and rugs. I’m getting ready to MOVE in the morning.
Chairs are stored in the basement.
Normally we have breakfast and coffee in the motor home. However we won’t be on the road but 6 hours, so we are meeting friends at McDonalds near the interstate. Don & Evelyn are down the road at a KOA camp ground. Sherry and Evelyn are close, they were in school together from elementary thru High School.
It is always fun. Don and Evelyn know I don’t hear and tolerate it. But Sherry gets a chance to talk and visit. We had a great time. then back to the RV park and finish hooking up. Sherry pulls up behind the Coach and I attach the tow bar. Then she goes thru the gears, if it isn’t done right it will ruin the transmission. Not all cars can be towed, towing damages most transmissions.
Kitchen chairs are held in place with a long bungee cord
Sliding doors have snaps to hold them in place.
Then check to see everything is disconnected, electric, water and sewer. Antenna down and slide outs in. Doors secured loose stuff back on the bed kitchen chairs secured since they have wheels. Oh yeah, we must make sure all mice or is it two mouses(?) are secure and don’t fall and break.
The loose stuff around the kitchen is placed in the sink.
Coffee pot secure with a Velcro band. We were ready to hit the road. First turn North on Interstate 75 past Ocala, then over to US 301 and the 75 mile speed trap. We have no problems, and I never fault the ‘speed limits Strictly enforced’ signs. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
I am in my element, behind the wheel of our home with enough diesel fuel to get us into Georgia, if needed. I check the internet to see if there is a big difference. FL & GA are the same price $4.14 per gal. SC is $4 a gallon. We added $75 of fuel, that will get us to SC. We will save $7.00 waiting for Rock Hill, SC. That will more pay for my Cappuccino.
(This is a 20 oz French Vanilla cappuccino.)
I like the architecture of this church in Citrus, FL
Very clear roads today,as you can see.
Seeing the last of the citrus and veggy stands.
Finally home for a week at Point South, near Yemassee, SC.
Thanks for riding along. We have already had our veggie soup and ready to settle in.
Peace of mind is a valuable commodity.
I didn’t see one classic car on today’s drive, bummer.
1976 Ford, the hood on this dude looked a mile long!