Early interesting Cars:
I can just hear Ricardo Montalban as he says, "Chrysler Cordoba!" (1979-1982) I loved that accent.
When something like the RV, has become a part of you and it is not around, you miss it. Funny also, when it is gone you find out how much ‘stuff’ you haul around and are used to having, basically at your fingertips..
Yesterday I needed 6, ¼” nuts and bolts, I have plenty of them back in NC, here too, yes I do, but they are in the coach. I also needed some Coaxial cable, Oh, I have some…. Yes I do, but it is in the coach.
Not long ago Sherry was going to make cornbread, BUT her cast iron skillet was in the coach. So she fried it, she does not like ‘top of the stove’ corn bread.. After living in a coach 22 years it is very hard to adjust to living NORMAL.
I do like our place in NC. Of course I should since I built it especially for us. I built the last 3 homes we had. Each was to be our last and retire there. But then our yen for the road and the RV became part of our lives.
WE would still be living in it if reasonable RV sites were still available. We are learning that you can get motels for the price of some RV sites.
Be that as it is, we still sit here in a nice newly purchased trailer, in Florida and our coach is a few miles away AWP (Awaiting Parts). I miss seeing it.