Nothing changes in the mornings for us as it started off in the usual way with walks and breakfast then it was back to re-arranging and trying to find homes for the remaining pieces. I still have a couple of storage areas that I have not yet used over the front cab and over the bed that will take some of it and then I will have to evaluate what is left and probably either donate it or throw it away. While making the bed, I discovered there is a storage area under it, and it will take a couple of small packing crates. All is not lost and at least I can move around although I do not have a clue where anything is, and I must search to find it. I was glad to take a break as these past few days has really made me sore making me realize that this old body does not function as well as it did once upon a time. At least it still functions for which I am very grateful. 

We went out for the final walk of the day and just as Melinda had said, every spot was taken which is good for the owners. Most are here for the weekend but some a bit longer. Here in the South, with the weather pretty good most of the time even in winter, it is a favorite and popular place for RV’s. 

Written 02/21/2022 Read my other blog at https://pondblog2011.com 

Henly RV Park Day 21 February

We are finally getting back to some sort of a normal routine, and I cannot wait for that to happen. We went out walking this morning just around the park and met a couple of other dogs along the way. As these were strangers, we usually take a detour so as not to have any confrontation. With breakfast out of the way and not having any packing crates that needed to be moved immediately, I settled down in front of the computer to catch up on these past few exciting and very tiring days.  

I had to do a lot of thinking trying to recall what has happened which nowadays is hard as memory recall is not what it used to be. Most of it revolved around travelling and moving and unloading packing boxes which seemed to have more content than I have space. It is time for me to evaluate and decide what to do with some of it. I still have not located the two missing sets of keys and will probably have to go through the boxes to find them. What a pain. 
The inside of Mr. George is now beginning to look much better. The kitchen area is in good shape as I find homes for the remaining “stuff”. The original owners had built temporary shelves in what I thought was the wardrobe and then I discovered that there are two small hanging wardrobes on either side of the bed, enough to hang the few clothes that I have that need it. I quickly utilized their shelf arrangement with more clothes of the tee shirts and shorts kind. Things are slowly coming together, and I am quite sure that I will move things around again in the future as things develop.  

There are several things that need attention which is not too surprising in an older rig. The levelling system needs re-calibrating as it is off. Then the table needs to have a new stabilized fitting as the current one is worn making the table wobble. This morning, I took an unintended cold shower more like a lukewarm one, so the water heater needs replacing. These are all things that I can live with until the next time the travelling mechanic pays a visit. 

We finished the day in the usual fashion with food and TV although I am watching on my laptop. The TV system does not get any of the programs I am interested in, and I have not had time to mess around with it yet. I have a Roku stick that I use, and it needs to be installed. 

Written 02/21/2022 Read my other blog at https://pondblog2011.com