Oct 202012

We planned to go play tourist with Greg and Jan yesterday and had agreed to leave Harbor View Campground at 10 AM. But it started raining sometime in the wee hours of the morning and it really came down for two or three hours. When the alarm went off a little before 8 AM it was still raining hard.

I called Greg and he said the weather report looked like it was going to be more of the same all day long, so we agreed to shake up the Jello all fulltime RVers write their schedules in and postponed our sightseeing until today.

With nothing better to do with my time, I fell back asleep for an hour or so. And, of course, at almost exactly 10 AM, when we had planned to take off, it stopped raining, the sky turned blue, and it was nice all day long! Go figure.

So instead of doing the tourist thing, we had another quiet day at home. I got some writing done, logged in several renewals from our digital issue subscribers. Of course, since I didn’t have to upload the new digital issue or send out links to it or anything like that, the internet connection was much better most of the day! Again, go figure.

During the afternoon, Kevin Laubscher stopped in to buy a subscription and we talked about fulltiming for an hour or so. Kevin and his wife are relatively new at the lifestyle, and we gave him some pointers on insurance, choosing a home base, finding free and low cost campgrounds, and such. We always like meeting new RVers and getting to know them.

After Kevin left, I wrote a little bit more, then managed to sneak in a nap late in the afternoon. Naps are nice.

So today we’ll try again. We want to drive down to the Gloucester area to show Greg and Jan around a little bit, and then stop by the Chesapeake Bay Thousand Trails preserve so they can check it out. We spent a couple of weeks there two years ago and really liked the campground and the region. It is yet another place we want to get back to again.

We never seem to run out of places to visit, or to return to in our travels.

Thought For The Day – The difference between stumbling blocks and stepping stones is how you use them.

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  One Response to “Okay, We’ll Try Again”

  1. You’re getting your kayaks wet, which is what you wanted.

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