Well it has been 5 days since I've been able to have a decent enough connection to upload a blog. Wouldn't you know the verizon stick is now working 'good' and I have 5 megs to use up before I cross the border into Canada..unless this will work in Canada but I doubt it as it hasn't worked the best in the US.
Am I sad to be heading north ? Nope!! I'm ready to get back home. I'm looking forward to seeing our kids again!! We sure did a lot of travelling since December, and we're thankful for having spent the winter in the south.
First order of business upon arrival home is to get the income tax info over to our accountant and get that pain in the butt (the paperwork not the accountant) out of the way before the last day of the month. All in all it has been a great first snowbird adventure, and I pray the good lord allows us to experience many more.
We have met so many rv blogger friends and have enjoyed our time with each and everyone of them. We visited with stateside friends, and even met some relatives for the first time. What great memories we've created.
I'm excited to see all our family and friends, tackle the spring cleaning in the rig and the house, work on the flower beds, and get the cottage opened up for the season. It is shaping up to be a great summer-our first full one since retirement. We also want to remove the carpet in the MH and install flooring that is more user friendly. Why they put carpet in is beyond me. I do carry a little green machine but its still a lot of work.
We are hoping to be parked up in Front Royal VA in good time today, but only time will tell. And we are praying for an arrival date at home to be Sat or Sun.
Its nice to finally have the time and internet to catch up on all your blogs..thanks for stopping by..
home is where you park it
6:22 PM - we are parked up for the night in Front Royal VA safe and sound after a 10 hr day..