9-2020 Random notes

you need.
NOT the need to have EVERYTHING.

9.25.2020-We met Mario
I’ve written so little these last eight-months I’ve almost forgotten how to type. It’s not that nothing happens during these “Groundhog day”  episodes. Like most everyone else there are days we shop, or wash and even visit a doctor or two…Wow! This week we did have a very nice experience. A young guy living in a beautiful Forester C-Class RV came into our life. It was just a short visit or two, typical thanks to the Covid-19 protocols. His name was Mario and works for major employer in Florida. I actually had him pegged in his early thirties but to our surprise we was a little older. He’s an AI tech geek who works out of his RV and travels perpetually…Great life! He left us today leaving for Peace River RVP for a few days the off to Pompano where he’ll visit with his daughter in Fort Lauderdale. Carla and I enjoy it so much to learn how others are full-timing especially if they can earn a living at the same time. Currently we’re staying at Three-Flags RVP in Wildwood. It will be awhile before we pick up and really get back to travelling again. We leave here in 12-days and will go back to Clermont and just keep bouncing back and forth for the near future.
Enjoy and be safe...

9.26.20-Waxing, waxing and more waxing

The job is almost completed. Usually twice a year the coach needs a waxing. It never looks that bad until I begin applying a new coat of wax, then, well; What a difference! This year I just don’t have the stamina of previous years so I’ve broken the job up in parts. In the last 4 days I’ve done both sides of the coach and most of the front. The back generally takes much longer since the exhaust fumes do collect upon the surface of the coach. It should be completed by the end of next week with some cooler days on schedule for next week. We’ve begun looking at destinations for next year trying to think positive. I’ve mentioned our friend Ann in the past. She is selling her “camp-home’ here in Three Flags RVP and has purchased a residence in Collierville, TN about five-hundred miles west of Maggie Valley, NC. We’re not exactly setting it up as a destination spot but will plan to travel in that direction. We’re familiar with Collierville, having stayed in that area and gone to church in Collierville in the past. It will be nice revisiting the town once again. Our goal next year is to really begin seriously looking for a home site and North Carolina still looks very good to us. From the preliminary reports I’ve seen on Climate change NC will get hit but not that badly. Rising seas will not be much of a concern since MV is at 3200 feet ASL.


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