The “Shakedown Trip” really was a good thing.
- Mrs Garmin is now with us. Camille deemed that Mrs Garmin
was a more appropriate name than GPS Bitch. I ordered the SP-2610 from
GPS Discount while we were at GA Mtn CG. Scott called the next day
because I asked them to ship not to my billing address. After we talked,
he shipped. I picked it up Thursday evening and we’ve been getting to
know each other.
- We discovered that we needed a thing or two that we didn’t
have. They were important but I’ve forgotten what they were.
- We discovered that Wanda at the Post Office had some
questions about our change of address and wasn’t going to do anything with
it until she did. Nothing IMHO that wasn’t obvious from what I wrote on
the change of address card, but…
- The camper developed a taillight problem on the way home
from Bean Pot. We took it to Peco Friday after we got back. "Cleared
while checking". The guy thinks they caught the wire with a staple
in the back wall and he pulled it loose. So far, so good. That's my
first & only problem with the Sunnybrook. And, while we were there I
visited their RV toy store and picked up a few toys.
After we got back from Peco, Mrs Garmin
took us on a tour of several of the Lake Alatoona Corps of Engineers Campsites
and the two military FamCamps. We concluded that the place for local veg’ing
at the lake was still Stamp Creek.
Then to the Skin Cancer Doctor Monday.
I was hoping for either:
- It’s not serious, go forth and play
- It’s not serious, but it needs to come off, let me whip
out my pocket lazer and zap it. Then you can go forth and play.
Actually it was: It’s not serious,
yet, but it needs to come off. We’ll make an appointment, cut out about 3
inches and then a followup to make sure we got it all and you’re healing.
The appointment for cutting is the
28th of June.
There goes the Grand Tour for this
So, we decided to leave the next
day for the beaches of the Carolinas, starting at Myrtle Beach.
The Adventures of 2004
Fort Gordon Rec Area (June 15-16, 2004)