28 Days Later — 6 Comments

    • It was a great time, and I’d do it all over again.

      There are a lot of great single-RVer sites, and they’re NOT like!

  1. It only takes one turn to get lost sometimes. That one turn usually has an overhead bridge with about 6 inches of clearance and the only turn around requires 4 wheel drive and a wrecker. If you’re lucky you don’t need to seek out law enforcement to find your way out. 😉

    “A true friend freely, advises justly, assists readily, adventures boldly, takes all patiently, defends courageously, and continues a friend unchangeably.” – William Penn
    Hiker Mike’s last post ..Keep your eye on the prize

    • Haven’t heard from you in a while – I hope you’re not lost! You, my dear, are a true friend. Hope all is well.

      After a big rig splattered mud all over my rig and car – to the point of covering them! – I had to take them to a giant car wash. Thank goodness I didn’t drive the rig in because it would have removed my AC unit on the roof. Had to unhook the car, drive it around to the other side of the carwash to wash it, and then back up the rig to get it out of the way. Fun day!

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