Weekend 14th – 16th.
It was another weekend in Augusta. I pulled an extra bath mat out from under the RV bathroom sink and it was wet. Ut oh. The connection from the faucet to the cold water was bad. It was dripping down into an abyss which might be where that water is coming from that was leaking under the RV. It was a good time to replace the faucets. Both the kitchen and the bathroom faucets were plastic and had dual knobs instead of a single faucet. The RV dealer has been receptive to our emails and mentioned something about sending someone to make repairs.
Jim worked on leveling the RV again. He’s anal about that. We replaced the bedspread with our old reversible comforter.
Weekend 21st – 23rd.
This was a much different weekend than usual. We drove to Augusta as typical on Friday night BUT then Saturday morning we left and went on to Atlanta for an extended weekend. We took off Monday, spending the long weekend at Jim’s brother and sister-in-law’s house. Jim’s dad and his wife were visiting from Florida. Our nephew, Colton, is adorable and well behaved. I spent a long time playing cars and trains with him. He’s 2. I’m not sure if 2 is still stated in months for that age. I’m 525 months old. Anyway, we had a great visit. It’s always so relaxing.
Dasher enjoyed himself too:
On the way back home we stopped at The Varsity. It’s a famous burgers and hotdogs place. Jim and I weren’t all that impressed but I found out afterwards, we should have had the hotdogs which is what makes the place so popular. Oh well.
Weekend 28th – 30th.
Once again we’re in Augusta. We spent a lot of Saturday cleaning out the last of our belongings from the motorhome. It was mostly left over stuff that I put off finding a home for on the inside. On the outside, Jim emptied the basement and organized all of that stuff. We have plenty of room in the new RV though. We even have some empty spaces. Jim has hired someone to make some repairs on the motorhome.
So how’s the RV going? I love it. The space here is awesome and I love it’s modern style.
When we come to Augusta, we pack up in storage totes for all of the clothes and other crap we bring. I’d like to find a place for these totes while we’re here so the living room looks nice. For the past few trips here, this is what it’s been looking like:
It’s a work in progress. We did manage to squeeze in some socializing in the evenings. On our next trip to Augusta, I hope to have the interior complete.
Next week, I’ll be in Florida for a long weekend!