I sure hope so, because I’ve reached that threshold! Remember when I hugged a tree yesterday? Well, that was #1. Today, as I had almost reached my destination, I pulled into a gas station to fill the tank so I’d be set for exercising the generator, etc. Jack was waiting for me at the gas station, and as I pulled in, I had to maneuver around a truck with a trailer to get to the pumps. Maybe it was because I was thrilled to see a friendly face, but because of the truck and trailer I had to cut it pretty tight to get into the slot.
Whatever the reason, I managed to ‘kiss’ the barrier at the end of the lane with this result. Ugh! The result is that I will have to replace that ruined storage door panel. Jack hopped right over and said “Don’t cry now, wait until you get set up in the campground.” I have to admit that I didn’t cry, but I did use a certain four letter word several times.
Thank goodness, Jack was there to lead me into the campground. There is a gate barring entrance unless you know the code to get in. I tried calling the owners to let them know I had arrived, but there was no answer. Jack opened the gate, and led the way to my sight.
It is a huge site surrounded by Oak trees. Jack helped me with all the basic setup chores before he had to leave. That was such a treat. There is even a wooden deck outside my door.
So, perhaps you’re wondering what #3 was? Well, once I got into the site, it was obvious that the driver’s side rear dually tire was flat as a pancake. I had noticed when I stopped at a couple of rest areas along the way that the tire appeared a little low on air. Thank goodness, it didn’t blow out. I’ll deal with road service tomorrow or Friday. That’s also when I’ll call my insurance about the awning and the storage door. I’m just so relieved to finally be here, that I’m too pooped to deal with those things tonight!
Thanks for stopping by…. talk to you later, Judy