I arrived home Monday night (yesterday) after an uneventful drive on I-10. The drive was only punctuated by the annoying "Thwap-Clunk" of the pavement panels in sections of the interstate.
Prior to arriving, I stopped at Lazy Days RV Supercenter to check out the new Pulse diesel RV's.
I had a great time while there as my next door neighbors took me to the high-fallutin' Crown Club with them to eat meals. You have to spend at least a quarter million dollars on a moho to be a member of that exclusive Club. Their private upscale campground was packed so my neighbors had to park next to the likes of me!
Next, I went to my RV Dealer to await the service appointment that I had previously scheduled. While there, I noted that the original RV that I wanted to buy back in June was still on the lot and had been reduced another $5K. You can guess the rest...
It is nice to "come home" but the meaning of that is changed. My home is just a house without Frank. My homecoming was about reuniting with my friends, the PerkGirls and my neighbors who helped me maintain my home during my long absence. Joey did an incredible job with the pool and it looked better under his care than I have seen it in years. My neighbors Jill & Floyd gathered up my mail and Kate and Jack "kept an eye" on the property. The Perkers met at our namesake restaurant, Perkins, and had a happy reunion today.
A huge Thank You to you--you relieved me from the worry of leaving the property unattended for so long and gave me the freedom to have my travel experiences. And, welcomed me back after 3 months as if I had only been gone a week!