Due to the overwhelming amount of spam left as comments I’ve turned comments off at least temporarily.
I don’t need a longer one, I don’t need a bigger one, I don’t need a longer-lasting bigger one, I’m not interested in building more website traffic, and I damn sure don’t care about Chief Boogiewoogie’s fortune in Nigeria.
It’s a shame these a-holes have to ruin things for everyone else.
We’re back home in Florida and it’s great to feel the warmth of the sunshine, beautiful breezes and everything is green with no possible threat of snow and ice! When we left Tennessee on December 3, it was cold, no leaves on the tree’s, they’d had their first snow of the winter season and we were headed to a warmer place! Those mountains had become home, and now I feel out of place! But, don’t misunderstand me, there’s nothing like the ocean, beaches, warm sunshine for most of the year, and palm tree’s to remind me I’m in a tropical place! That is the beauty of RVing! You really can have the best of both worlds.
Pat told me that RV means “Ruin Vacation.”
Now that we’re back I can say it without jinxing myself or “puttin’ the mouth on it.”
We had no breakdowns, flat tires, issues, concerns or even slight anxieties. Our trip up to the mountain, rattling around for seven months and then our trip back went fine. Not bad, since Miss Lueffie will be an antique in three more years.
Below is a view going over that last ridge on TN 111.
I think I can I think I can I think I can!