We wake up earlier than anticipated, by that I mean, Allan woke up earlier. Before Allan gets up, I win the jackpot!
Seems easier to win now-a-days.
We pack up, empty the tanks and add Happy Camper.
We’ve been wanting to try this for a bit but delivery never worked. Now it did! We are hoping it will help our sensors. 🚽
We leave at 725a; 65,735k
Bye, bye terrifying Canada Geese with babies
This was the biggest !
The rule is you must wear a mask or facsimile thereof. Directional aisles in force. Wrong! No one to wipe down the carts, people have masks, many around their necks, numerous people not going the right direction. I was super, happy to get out of there. We are stocked for our 14 day quarantine, mission accomplished.
Next stop, Love’s for fuel,
windshield cleaning (a Covid benefit! This used to be my job, now I sit inside like a princess)
Passenger side, inside drive tire was down to 65lbs should be at 105!
They give us options: 1) We, they would not do it for us due to liability, pump some air into the tire 2) Take Bailey into the bay, remove the outer and inner tire to determine why the tire is down. Even though we are anxious to keep going this is a no brainer!
Seems like forever till the guy in the bay leaves! Finally,
We are not permitted to stay in Bailey – out we go. Glenn, the tire tech, places the jack under her.
Learning experience: The blue thing is what lifts Bailey so the jack may be placed in the correct spot.
Tires back on. We were curious on how much this would cost, pleasantly surprised – total cost $42.11. How do they make money? This little adventure, took 2-1/4h.
Not a car in sight, happy there is an RV lane.
Our turnThe border agent asks standard questions then asks if we know we must quarantine for 14 days. Yes, we do. Have enough food to last? Yes, we do! OK proceed. Well that was easy!! Crossing took less than 5 minutes.
More vehicles on the road than anticipated.
Almost at our summer park