After making great headway in my battle to defeat PDD (Paul Dahl Disorder - driving too many miles in one day) I failed...miserably.
Everything was stacked against me, we were up early, it was a beautiful, sunny day and traffic was very light. The roads were smooth and the fuel tank was full. How could I stop driving after a few puny miles?
So I drove 366 miles. We stopped for the night at a Super Walmart in Conway, Arkansas. After asking and getting permission from the store's customer service desk, we committed what some in the RV world consider a sacrilege. We went way over in a wide open corner and opened our slides. :cO
We've been having periodic troubles with our Sprint MiFi and last night it decided not to connect to the Internet. Despite the best actions of my personal geek (Marti) and Sprint Customer Service, it refused to cooperate. The Sprint rep said we'd have to take it to a Sprint repair center. Lucky for us, there is one in Branson, MO, our destination for the next two weeks.
Today, another sunny, warm day, we drove the last 146 miles (see, I CAN do it!) and plopped down in the Escapees Turkey Creek Campground. A nice site, FHUs and 50 amps for $18.50/night, how can you not like it? After setting up our site, we hoofed off to the Sprint repair center, where our MiFi worked perfectly. And continues to work just ducky.
Sometimes, you can't win. This time we did, I guess. The MiFi works great and we weren't charged for a half hour of the technicians time. Maybe the stars aligned again?
Now a day to relax, do a little sprucing up on the inside of the Journey and I'm allowed to wash its outsides. Can't wait. :c)
Friday afternoon, Marti's sister Gail and my dad fly in for the next ten days of enjoying Branson's finest shows. It'll be fun, Branson is a great place to visit. (Yes, Diana, we saw SIX last year and it was amazing!)
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