We made it. Wednesday afternoon we pulled into the Company yard in French Camp, CA and patiently waited for a ride into Modesto. While we waited, Craig put in a very long list of items that needed to be checked and/or fixed on the truck. I went about gathering all the bedding and clothes to be washed, reorganized the entire inside of the truck, and packed up the computer for our home time. We will be picking up our rental car later this morning and then it is off to the races.
We have quite a bit of personal business to take care of, especially concerning our property in Washington State, like getting electric, water, and sewer transferred over to our name. Our next pass through in WA, we will sit down and order our park model cabin for our lot, and we hope to have it in place by late summer/early fall. The rest of the time will be spent catching up with family and friends, a dental appointment, a stop by the salon for hair and nails, and copious stops by Starbucks.
As much as we were looking forward to having some time off, it was funny. As soon as we pulled into the yard, I was already missing waking up and being able to take off to a new destination the next morning. This lifestyle gets into your blood, and I never knew how much I would love it when we first began this adventure.
Due to not being able to get in to see the Dentist until Feb 13th, we will not be back out on the road until Valentine's Day. I couldn't think of a better way to celebrate than being with Craig back in the truck, and on the road again. I'll be posting a couple more times while on time off, after all, I'll need to take a break from my lattes now and then.