Because I’m almost positive there will be a part 2!
We left our friend Brandi’s house in Sparta, Kentucky last Friday. (After fighting with a frozen camper and a dead slide motor…) And things have not gotten any easier! We stopped at the Iowa 80 Truck Stop for the night. We love that place! We snuck into our secret spot again where we can open the slides and not block any truck parking spots. Then we hit the road first thing Saturday morning and headed up to Saint Paul, Minnesota. Continue reading →
4am Thanksgiving morning – woke up to a frozen water hose… Caught it in time, brought it inside, thawed it out. (It was only frozen at the connection point between two hoses, about a half inch was exposed with no insulation.)
Went back to sleep, with the faucet dripping!
Made a delicious Thanksgiving feast!
Black Friday: woke up to water in the kitchen sink and tub, and a frozen sewer hose!
Frozen poop tube pieces…
What I’ve learned:
No matter how much fun, or booze, we have: REMEMBER TO DRIP THE FAUCET!
When the temperature drops to 2 degrees, or thereabouts, we shouldn’t be camping!
Or we should insulate the doggone poop tube as well…
One grey tank is for the kitchen sink, and one grey tank is for the bathroom and washing machine.
The grey holding tanks have no back-flow preventer, and will back up into both tanks simultaneously if they have nowhere to drain…