Friday, March 27, 2015

Travel Day 17 - We Have Landed!

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Whew!  I am tired and so is Dave.  It has been a looooong day.  We traveled just under 62 miles from the park in Texarkana to the KOA in Mount Pleasant, arriving between noon and 1 PM.  It took us more time than usual to set up, as we were doing so with a view to being in place for a prolonged period again.  We also now have a king pin stabilizer, new tire covers and a “real” water filter, so these were additions to the setup routine.  Our site is #4, which is right at the front of the park across from the office.  In fact, I can see the office parking lot from the side slide window in the living room.  It’s not a bad site and the logical one for managers.  We’re as bang on level as it gets, and I can tell the difference with the stabilizer on the front.  Nice.

Dave set up both our chairs in front; the photo was taken before he got the second one in place.  He hung some pictures back on the walls while I got his laptop online.

We have so much to do in setting up house again after traveling for over two weeks.  As mentioned before,  I will eventually have to figure out a better arrangement for a lot of things, including our laptops and printer.  Right now I’m at the dining table and Dave is using his laptop in his . . . lap.  Ah well, these things will come.

There has been so much rain here . . . I was told they have received 21 inches of rain so far this year here. 

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Our site is across the street to the left of the office

We have cable. Yay!  We have Turner Classic Movies!  Yay-yay!

Not that I’ll have a lot of time to watch TV in the near future.  We start work tomorrow at 8 AM,  which is the same time we opened the office up in New Jersey.  It will be a period of learning and getting familiar with the park and the area for a while. 

With that in mind, I’m outta here for tonight.  Did I mention I’m tired? 

“If we could have spared more, we would have given more . . .”

- Canassatego, Onondaga

4 comments:

  1. So glad you finally made it "home". I sure hope you like your new post and can maybe put down some "roots". At least for a bit longer than a year or two.
    Congratulations on your new job(s) and keep us posted on the goings on at the Park. I'm sure they'll be plenty!

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  2. Looks like a very nice park and I know they will be thrilled to have you two managing it. Turner Classic Movies does sound mighty fine after a long day of making things work around there. Do you have camp hosts so you don't get knocks on your door at midnight?

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  3. It's been a long while since you've had such close neighbors. That could take some getting used to as well. Hope you enjoy your new adventure.

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  4. Another new challenge... Go for it.

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