Drove up to RoadAbode, packed her up, hitched up RoadToad – and pulled out. Kimberly and I showed Amy how to hook up RoadToad, and in what order to do things. This is the first real test of pulling RoadToad.
As we drove West on the PA Turnpike, it started to rain, and get dark. I don’t mind them each to their own, but rain and dark together is my least favorite combination. We drove up without incident, and got to the Spring Gulch office after 7pm. Amy checked in while I disconnected RoadToad. Amy drove RoadToad up to our site while I followed. We setup the basics, gas, electric and cable, and settled in. We planned on de-winterizing the plumbing first thing in the morning.
Amy readied our pizza in the oven, and we got the table ready. After dinner, we watched TV, and then got ready for bed.
The rain came down hard during the night – but sounded great on RoadAbode’s roof.