Monday, August 23, 2010

Tags for Truck and Camper and more moving.

Up early this morning to move more stuff from one camper to the other.  I think this stuff grew overnight!! 

Firefighter Marc Moore came by this morning to help John with the pull out shelves.  John took them out of the 05 Mobile Suites and realized they needed a little bit of altering.  Thanks Marc for fixing the shelves my short arms really appreciate it.

Before lunch John and I went to the Tax Collector’s Office to get tags for the truck and camper.  We were there over an hour.  It seems the State and County have a difference of opinion as to what type of tag is needed for the Freightliner.  After several phone calls to the State John was finally issued a private tag for truck and trailer. 

Around 7:30 tonight we finished moving all the stuff!!!!  Yeah….its about time.  The 05 Mobile Suites is hooked up and ready to roll.   John called PPL to ask a few questions before leaving tomorrow.  He was told that I would not have to be present so he plans to leave at 4:30 a.m. on his way to Houston, TX.  I know what I will be doing…..putting up stuff in the new camper.  Of course I will have to go and get Fred.  It will be interesting to see what he thinks of the new place.

Laugh everyday.  Happy trails.  Stay safe.


  1. Enjoy getting your new 5ver all set up.

  2. Wow, this has been quite a process huh. Almost like moving from house to camper...but I'm so excited for y'all.
    Silly 'ol red tape! Glad you got it all done. Sure wish we could buy your 05 but we just have to sell the house before purchasing..Someone's gonna get a great deal! Blessings,K

  3. Oh the fun and excitement of moving into a new rig... finding new places to put things, organizing and arranging. Does it have that *New Car Smell* ???

    Karen and Steve
    (Our Blog) RVing: Small House... BIG Backyard

  4. WOW..maybe John can get frequent "flyer" miles on the interstate travel he is doing!! If I were you, I would be arranging, re-aranging, and playing house in my new rig...Congrats on "quite a ride"...Tell John to be safe too!