It has been almost 2 months since my last post. The change from life on the water to life on land has once again been hard for me to get use to. After all this time I am just now pulling myself back to reality.
|YOU GOTTA HAVE EYES|
On Oct the 4th we pulled It's Perfect out of the water and left her on the hard at the Chesapeake Boat Works in Fishing Bay, Deltaville, Virginia. It was a mad dash to get her ready for storage and offload to the rent car. Hurricane Mathew was coming north. Once It's Perfect was secured we drove straight to Green Cove Springs where we left the motor home in storage some 6 month ago. On arrival we quickly offloaded to the RV and returned the rent car. Leaving Green Cove Springs behind we headed inland for Tallahassee.
We have been busy since we arrived. Hard work and vision has begun to change the view completely. Rod spends his days trimming dead wood from trees and hauling it to the dump. He has had a 3000 gallon water tank installed and a full truck of 2600 gallons of water delivered. The next thing accomplished was the water pump installed and working. The RV now has a 120 gallon propane tank of it's own and a porch. Almost all the comforts of home.
|ROD'S NEW RIDE|
While Rod is busy I have spent hours laying pavers for the patio and lining flower beds and walkways with rock. By the time we leave in March or April there will be many more changes to what we will someday call home. The days and weeks have flown by.