Nicole and Darlene came to visit us! We’re boondocking about an hour and a half from their house, but they made the trip out to lend us their excellent company. They worked on the Duck some more, too. This time, I got under the motorhome with them, but luckily they needed my retrieval skills more than they needed me to lay on the ground pretending I don’t care about ticks. One fuel filter, eight spark plugs, and a set of wires later, none of us are sputtering. We’ll be sure to report back about performance and mileage; Nicole wondered if the plugs were original.
Annie is getting an itchy gas foot (not a bacterial infection), but she’s willing to stay in town until the CITYWIDE yard sale in Monticello, GA. By law, people will have to bring stuff out of their houses and sell it to me. If you attend as my guest, they will have to sell stuff to you, too. If we don’t like what they’re selling, we will go into their houses and pick out something else. It’s the law! I didn’t make it, I just abide by it.
Frugal Sue from The eBay/RV Life invited us to her temporary digs to meet her and have lunch. She’s staying in Serenbe, a trim, neat planned community outside Atlanta. We ate at the Blue Eyed Daisy Bakery, then enjoyed a little walk around to see local scary things:
|I touched this horse! Without universal precautions!|