Wednesday, April 11, 2012
We finally pulled into our home park in Davison, MI Saturday and have moved most of our "stuff" from the 5th wheel to our condo that was accumulated over the months of living in our Montana in Florida and on the road. It has been snowing lightly the last couple of days! Sure thought that we had seen the last of that for a while. Oh, well, just goes to show who is really in charge! Hope to soon get more photos posted of the trip home. 'till then, wonder where we will go next!
Posted by Jim and Carol at 5:52 AM
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Today we drove a short distance from South Carolina to Maggie Valley in The Smokey Mountains. As we neared Maggie Valley, we were forced off the road to sit and wait until a severe thunderstorm went over. We were on the right shoulder of I-40 along with many other semis, RVs and some cars. Visibility was maybe 30 feet because of the intensity of the rain and sleet (in 70 degree weather) and there were still some traveling past us. We are so grateful that we have no appointments or similar reasons/excuses that force us to travel on to get to the destination ASAP. Retirement has brought on a feeling of peace with hanging loose. When the weather let up some, we continued on to Pride RV Resort, where we will spend the next couple of nights. Tomorrow morning, I must take the truck to the Ford Dealership in Waynesville, a short hop from here. When climbing a steep (7% grade) mountain on I-26, we lost some compression and the orange wrench light, similar to Check Engine, came on. When we got to the next Rest Area, we turned it off and let it cool. All seemed well when we turned it on. The same thing happened yesterday, climbing steep in 91 degree weather. Gotta get this taken care of NOW! So, they are waiting for me tomorrow at 9:00AM. Got some photos from today's trip but will have to post them later.
Posted by Jim and Carol at 4:52 PM
Monday, April 2, 2012
We are parked at Magnolia RV park in Kinards, SC for the night. Tomorrow we head to Maggie Valley, NC in The Smokey Mountain for a couple of nights and then on through Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio and then probably arriving home Saturday. The weather has been in the 80s and low 90s and we see that we will start having cooler days and nights starting tomorrow in The Smokeys. We are ready for that!
Posted by Jim and Carol at 4:01 PM