Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Moving Around

We had to relocate in the same park. My former lot was reserved for someone else, but luckily this lakefront spot came open. It's only 16 feet wide, but we fit in it fine.

One way to save on gas with a motorhome is to move less and stay longer. In this case I moved about a mile or so and will stay another week. That's pretty efficient gas cost management!

South Carolina state parks apparently don't believe in leveling sites before paving them with harsh black asphalt. My site required two thick boards under each of the front tires and still I am not quite level. Yet look at the picture, it would have been so easy for them to level the site first. Grrr...

If you hear a splash, then you know I tripped and fell in the lake. I stumbled over Harley dog's tether and we both almost float tested.

Yesterday I dragged out all the tools, a few manuals, two books and set about trying to fix things that I know nothing about.

A for effort!

Tioga Montara Class C 28 feet Lake Greenwood State Park in South Carolina

In the evening, I was treated to this fantastic view from the rocking chair. This is on Lake Greenwood in South Carolina. I feel like I am living afloat again, what with water all around me.
Lake Greenwood State Park in South Carolina

Autumn is officially here. The temperatures dropped substantially. Doggy and I are bundled up for the c-c-c-cold.

Life is goof.

Earth's Biggest Selection

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful camp site. It amazes me too that anyone goes to the trouble of paving a camp site and it's not level. I have stayed in some of them too.


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