I've never stayed in a Walmart so a question for all you veterans. When you stay in Walmart parking lot, do you change into your nightwear? or do you stay in your street clothes? That was just something I thought about as I had plenty of time to think while on the road.
When I got to Cartersville I decided I was only 89 miles from my destination so I might as well continue and I had plenty of day light left. So I stopped and got gas, walked Sedona and myself, ate peanut butter & crackers (my staple for the day) and hit the road again. I got 7.1 mpg which is the best I've gotten in a long time. It was an absolutely beautiful driving day. Window down, no a/c so no generator running and my topper window covers worked great to keep that sun out of my eyes and keep Somewhere cooler inside. Even though it was a long day and this morning my body is sore, I'm glad to be here.
I got here and Jerry was here to help me get set up which was very nice because I was very tired and my knee was killing me. I tried one approach of pulling up and backing in but the road is too narrow for me to do that and I was going to hit the front on the trees so I backed down the hill (mountain in my book) and turned into the driveway and the yard is big enough for me to turn around and get backed up.
|A very nice park like setting|
|Did I mention he put in 30 amps for me?|