The moochdocking comes to an end tomorrow. We're pulling out of Corey's driveway where we've been the last couple of days and heading over to the FamCamp at Naval Weapons Station Earle, NJ.
It's about ten or so miles down the road, where we'll have a FHU site for the next month or so. We'll be close by to help out with baby Anabelle while her mommy, Amanda and daddy, Corey get used to being parents.
This FamCamp is where I had the dumping disaster last April when my dump hoses came uncoupled. You can be sure that I'll be extra careful this time when I return to the scene of the crime and hook up the dump hose this time. I can't afford to keep on buying new shoes.
We lived in this area for 11 years when I was stationed here, we have lots of friends that we've kept in contact with over the years so we'll be doing some visiting too.
With our remaining stationary for the longest time since we've been on the road, I have some projects to do, like polishing the Journey's aluminum wheels after it gets a good top to bottom scrubbing. I have a day/night shade in the bedroom that needs re-stringing, too. Not a fun job but it has to be done.
I might even find time to get moving on the novel I've been working on for the last several years and get it finished. Then I have to see about getting it published. Yes, I enjoy writing and have a number of ideas and stories floating around in my head.
Hopefully we have enough to keep us busy so we don't get a bad case of hitch itch. Holding our new granddaughter makes it all worth while.
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