Catching Up While Laying Low
Gas prices have been BRUTAL, which has really put a damper on RV travel for many people - us included.
After getting Jace back home to Georgia, we laid low for a full month, even leaving the RV at a campground there while we took the Jeep up to New England for a quick trip to see my Dad and some friends. And, of course, get our fill of New England food we can't get down South.
Once back in Georgia, I gave the 36LA a good cleaning outside with Wash and Wax-All, making that bad boy shine when the sun hits it. It's a good 2-day project, but it keeps me out of trouble, and it uses less than a gallon of water to do the whole motorhome.
Spent every morning knocking down spider webs off of the outside of the RV. Some new Asian pest is making their home in GA, NC and AL. They're big, they're ugly, and they have no business being on my house! Supposedly, they are harmless unless you're a mosquito, but when you're bigger than a half-dollar, and black with green or yellow markings, you don't get a pass from me.
We're heading to Red Bay and the Tiffin Motorhomes Mothership for a few minor repairs and a really neat upgrade to our doghouse (that's the console area between the two Captain's chairs up front), so we'll have some pictures coming in a future post from that trip. Always nice to visit Red Bay and meet with lot's of fellow Tiffin owners a couple of times a year!
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We're Dave and Barbara Richard, and we're living the ultimate retirement experience - traveling the U.S. and Canada in style in a Tiffin Open Road 36LA Class A motor home, playing golf and stopping at every weird and wacky roadside attraction we can find.