From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
I had another rough night Monday night, so when we got out of bed at 7:30 yesterday morning I wasn’t ready to start the day. But we had to get some miles put behind us, so I only sniveled a little bit as I got dressed and we started getting ready to hit the road.
It was a pleasant morning and it didn’t take me long to check the air pressure in all of our tires and get the campground utilities unhooked while Miss Terry was doing the last minute chores inside.
This is where our friends Orv and Nancy Hazelton live, whether on their lot at Jojoba Hills, or on the road exploring America. I think they have one of the nicest lots in the park.
With everything ready to go, we pulled out of our site and went up the hill past the clubhouse where there was a wide area where I could turn around, and Terry pulled in behind me with the Explorer so we could hook it up to our Blue Ox Aventa tow bar. We’ve done this hundreds, if not thousands of times before with never a problem. But we broke one of the cardinal rules of RVing when we allowed someone to come up and chat with us while we were doing everything. That always leads to problems, and sure enough it did!
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