Our excellent RV-adventure continues to reveal all that we don’t know about RV-living. Our brand new Hercules tires had a quick one-in-four failure rate. Presently we are 200 kilometers West of Thunder Bay, where our succor is coming from. After getting underway, in good spirits and good order, we are now waiting roadside assistance.
The weather is sunny, hot and humid, but at least our new air conditioner is working. The downside is a four hours-wait before we are mobile again, the upside is: no one has required helicopter evacuation, like we witnessed on our trip here…
The learning curve has been a steep one, which included: sealing an entire RV, ants invasion, air conditioner removal by a tree limb, backing in a straight line and/or tight places, a rotted out floor, redecoration of the interior, proper hitching protocol, accumulated expense of petrol, camp fees, firewood, lost camera, just to name a few… , the management of Mr. Squirmy (this is a full time job), while setting up and tearing down camp, and allowing Annet time to work. All have cut in to my relaxation time.
We seem to be coping well and are taking our lead from Jonas, who is treating this as just another day in his life with Molly.
Much love to all my Dutch friends and family, Thomas