Calais Motor Inn
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- Free parking
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Hiii! I've got my traveling outfit on, and I'm ready to go. Mom has gone on a maniac super skill packing spree, and my 45L bag just weighed in at 19lbs. The guidebooks say to keep it under 20lbs so I'm off to a good start! Heading to the airport soon to start the process. Ciao for now folks, ...
... scanned. No unloading of the luggage or carry ons was required. This was a good thing as the bus is jam packed full of purchases and suitcases. We are less than three hours away from home now. We had a great vacation but it will be nice to sleep in our own bed tonight. Thank you for travelling along with us on this journey to our home away from home. We had a fantastic time enjoying the Florida sunshine ...
... to move the bunk around. So next session we have 6 campers. And they are getting bunk beds...so there's only 3 beds in the bunk. Its EMPTY. After the 5 came back they spread out their stuff and the families are sending stuff to put in the bunk to make it look full. One works in a furniture shop and plans to send a sofa! WHAAAT!? After dinner we went on a field trip with the remaining group of campers to a "country club" - it was a pool ...
... with fries.
I had never had a lobster roll before...it was tasty. Basically lobster salad (like chicken salad) on a hot dog bun. Not all that exciting but I was tired and didn't much care. I rode back to the motel, took some pictures of the river and crashed for the night. Total miles today, including my detour to the Harley dealership: 261. Total miles: 1,142.
We are back at the ranch in Margate, the morning we leave. Retuning from the beach on the French River late in the afternoon on Wednesday, Steve gave me a hand to fix the steps on the bus that now had decided they did not want to go in and out anymore. I ran the front end up off the ground with the internal jacks, and we crawled under the bus and pulled the wiring all apart, cleaned everything up, plugged the one wire back into the jack that had ...