It's about time.

Many of you that can relate to this. Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" to follow our dreams.

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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

On The Rainy Road Again.

Our Location today is London, Ontario, Canada.

Something was definitely different about our sleep last night. The difference was that it was the night before we hit the road and we actually slept. Normally we toss and turn most of the night away always thinking of things we need to do when we get up or things we need to do when we get to our destinations. We later talked about the fact that we did not plan an early departure and went to bed with the attitude of we'll get there when we get there. This looks to be something we'll have to do for all our future trips.
Once we finished the breakfast dishes and packing up the food we were bringing from the fridge we were on our way. It seems the more often we do this the easier it gets. From the moment we locked the apartment door we were loaded up and driving out of the parking lot in less than five minutes.
By the time we arrived in the storage yard and transferred the food into the fridge, hooked up, checked the lights we were rolling out by 10:15. At that moment the rain that never materialized started a light drizzle. Stopping for a quick pit stop shortly after 11:00 the humidity made the temperature much more extreme. Back on the road the rain came in earnest helping the wipers to finally clean the bugs off the windshield.
Stopping at the Flying J in London we enjoyed our Lunch at Denny's. We took our time enjoying our meal along with enjoyable conversation until we noted the rain had almost stopped. This was our cue for getting back on the road so we could possibly set up camp while keeping ourselves dry.
Checking in at the London K.O.A. by 1:30 we had enough time to back into our site when a light rain started. Once I had plugged the power Kathy cooled the inside of the trailer with the AC but the humidity level severely rose outside. The rain wasn't holding back any longer and was pouring down. Kathy waited for me to finish all the hoses and sewer connections and unhooking before extending the slides. By the time I finished outside I needed to dry myself off just as the rain decided to stop.
As we enjoyed our supper the sun made its first appearance of the day in the area. Now we are watching a continual flow of RVs coming off the road for the night and once again fighting with the poor WiFi connections we have on the road.

Did you know that it is only 112 days left until Christmas Day. The countdown continues. If you didn't know now you do. Thanks for following along. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It's about time.


You might be a Redneck if

You move your couch and find fourteen cigarette lighters,

$1.37 in change, and a six-year-old TV Guide.

1 comment:

  1. A nice leisurely drive for the day is good. We gave up with wifi issues and got our own system, makes life much easier.