We stayed put all day today. Woke to rain and it didn’t let up until late afternoon. Luckily, we were very happy with that outcome. Mostly, I was happy not to be driving in it because it got intense at times.
We did break the lazy do-nothingness with a few chores: laundry, dishes, dump, and a trip to a grocery store to stock up for the rally. We also baked biscuits in our little stovetop oven and that was lovely.
It’s beginning to sink in that this adventure will eventually come to an end. Richard flies home next Tuesday. That’s going to be rough. We’ll be holding tight to the thought of this being just the start of many more adventures to come, but we also know there will never be another trip like the maiden voyage.
This KOA gets full stars from us. Very nice facility. There are mostly really big rigs here and many “houses”. I’m not sure how they get here or whether they ever leave. They are clearly on some kind of towable frame, but other than that, they are full on homes and look way too permanent to be considered “mobile”.
Tomorrow we have just over 200 miles to get to our destination and we are looking forward to meeting a lot of very fun Altoistes. There will be pot lucks and general hanging out, and I’m sure, many discussions around electronics and solar panel monitoring.
I only took pictures of rain and mist and the sun finally thinking about coming out.