Explanation of error post:Sorry about the extra post "Picture Books", it is an error and will be available tomorrow.
It is this AGE thing. I do enjoy driving and seeing the country roll by. I enjoy clouds and their constant formations and reforming, about as much as an adult as I did as a kid. On a good road this motor home is very comfortable. Traffic jams are the least of our problems with snacks and a bathroom just steps away.
Rough roads are another story. Noises bother my girl, so she takes the roaster pan and the cast iron skillet out of the oven and puts it on the bed. She puts the microwave on the bed also because it rattles. The doors have locking snaps on them so if we do not forget they are not a problem.
We have a large bunge cord to bind the two kitchen chairs together and hold them in place. Some have been curious about the refrigerator. Our refrigerator automatically goes to LP Gas when we unplug the electric. WE also have 50 gals of fresh water and as much in holding tanks.
I mentioned traffic jams are no problem. I know I mentioned once a lady asked could her mother use the bathroom when we were in a 'three lane parking lot'. We were VERY glad to assist. I for one know what it is like to need to use the restroom and one is not available.
I gave a guy some water for his radiator once. And have loaned many tools.
Being self contained makes driving a unique pleasure. BUT driving West of the Mississippi and East of California is in my humble opinion DRIVING PLEASURE COUNTRY. There are times all I see for miles may be a trucker. I am asked about the terrain I prefer, I LOVE it all from the mountains, to the forest and plains to the desert. WE never get bored. Life on the road is good.
(Can you tell I am getting 'Setting Fever', maybe grouchy like a setting hen. LOL)
Elvis's dad's car a '39 Plymouth methinks.