I started to skip tonight, the trip was good but the landing here in the country near Wilmington was a little HARD. The sky was overcast. we had several showers and a rain as we drove south from YPSI. This country side is FARMS! I love barns:
Notice here they have solid rows of trees to help with the snow banking. And more Barns.
We left Johnny and the crew. It was a great visit. We had fond memories from John’s friends and family from the last time.
Jerry and Debbie, very close friends and great to be around.
Of course Sherry and her little Brother now…. and then…. below. Big brother Lefty is in the middle.
Of course Candy steals the show. This is a little Grandmother.
This lady is a solid smile and a laugh. She is happy all over and it is so catching.
Even getting off a wild fair ride, she smiles and is so lovely.
So we added 260 miles and took on 62 gallons of cheap diesel at $3.87 per. OUCH! Total miles so far is 5,347 and counting.(My president said we needed $4 fuel before he took office, well we have it)
We will relax here for a week and enjoy the area. Oh the hard landing here….
There came a huge down pour just as we were locating our site. After two or three getting out to see where I was, I got the coach settled. Sherry usually directs me, but even if she had been there, I might not have been able to see her well.
The site was a cloudy milky river. I found that this white clay here is as SLICK as the red mud in NC & Georgia. LOL one misstep and you are down for the count in the mud. I did get the power on and Sherry fixed some great chili. We are OKAY. Also seems to be a good cell signal.
Thanks for coming this way.
When you think your situation is bad, just look around with honest eyes, and you will take heart.
the 1956 Metropolitan. Superman’s girl friend Lois Lane drove one of these. I never associated the Metropolitan with the name of the town Metropolis until just now.