We slept well in the new RV. I think we were so worn out we could have slept standing up. LOL Up early and to Waffle House for breakfast.
I forgot the blow drier. Don’t I look a fright. LOL
When we returned to the dealership the tech, Sam, was working on a air conditioning unit for someone who was coming through and needed help. As soon as he finished with them he came over to our RV to see what our punch list of fix-its were. Sam was very efficient but he had to split his time between our RV and two other new RVs that were being picked up today. He was a very busy man. This dealership has been very accommodating during the sale and after. They even fed us lunch while we were waiting for the tech to finish.
Sockey found a place to hang out while the tech was fixing things. Fred is at Wee Paws kennel in MS. I hope he is eating this time. Last time we boarded him in Indiana he would not eat. John said if he gets hungry enough he will eat.
Finally, all the items on the fix-it list were complete and we were ready to hit the road. Butch, the operator of the dealership, said we could stay in their lot and leave the next day but we decided to head back to MS as we need to unload the 05 Mobile Suites.
All hooked up and ready to roll!!!! Yeah!! John makes one last walk around the rig to make sure everything is right. Does this truck make the RV look small? LOL
Here is John as we pull out of the dealership. I think he was concentrating hard. LOL It was after 7:30 p.m and we had a long trip ahead of us.
Laugh everyday. Happy trails. Stay safe.
Yes, that truck makes your new rig look small...but I know it ISN'T!! They look quiet nice together..like a great match!!ReplyDelete