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... have been 5 weeks and several hundreds of miles of driving it like that. Finally convinced them we were not taking that coach in that condition. But....had to wait until Monday until the tech could put antenna and car braking system back on Max. Two more days moving stuff back to Max. Waste of several days and lots of sweat.
Max felt really good to us.
... guide' to our spot which was long and level, but narrow. Had to swing the coach out on a narrow entry road to get it between the concrete pad and electric post. There was a 3 ft high set of 4 metal electric pipes beside the entry road that I caught the back end of Max on. Wouldn't have been bad except it had been hit before and the top was bent out and the ends were rolled up. So Max now has a 'boo'. Nothing major, but an irritant.
... the state. It's historic, scenic, and interesting to spend a day in Tallahassee..... then move on. Since we knew the RV couldn't fit downtown near the capital, we GPS'ed the local Walmart with a huge parking lot and some nice shade trees -- Kitty got to spend some of her time napping. It was fun to stop and see our state capitol, since we ARE residents. Touring the inside we got to step out ...
... an alligator on amphetamine"), he showed us scars and an Indian paddle to go with the stories. Leila caught enough of the dialog through his thick Georgian accent to be wide-eyed and afraid, while Phoenix was totally loving it (and steering pretty well through the tightly weaving jungle by this stage).
Vic was a character straight out of a story-book, or maybe The Deliverance. As we settled in the boat at ...
... you know they'll try. Instantly the feel of the area changes to a dedicated holiday zone. Everything for hire, large hotels, water parks and mini golf. I took the turn to the seashore, following alongside a public beach before I hit the gates for the park. My annual pass got me through and I drove in. The white sand was all over the road like it was snow, it needed to be plowed. The seashore was a bit swampy with a lot of low lying water logged areas, but ...
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