|Bottom of the 1st! I'm a happy camper!|
Thanks to my blog readers for helping me out with my TV remote malfunction. I cleaned the contact points with an emery board and now ......... I can watch the World Series.
You guys are the best!
Not much to report from the road today except that I spent all of it on I-85 North after surviving the traffic of downtown Atlanta. It’s time like this I really love my micro-RV.
Though the urban sprawl of Greenville, Spartanburg, and Charlotte lay ahead, all went well. Travel days like this, doing 62 MPH for 6 hours, makes one appreciate the tedium of the road.
|A lot of this.|
At the end of the day, I hit some rush-hour traffic in Charlotte that inched along for over ½ hour.
|Gee, thanks for the heads-up!|
Upside: gorgeous weather. More of the same predicted tomorrow, though the lows will be down to 38 tonight.
Before I left Douglasville, I got the tires topped off. This nice gentleman did a great job.
|Most exciting part of the day|
He had to reset my onboard computer to reflect the proper inflation. That’s the first time I’ve had to have that done.
|Somewhere in SC. Never thought I'd see the day when this is a welcome fuel price.|
I stopped late morning to have some coffee and do some work. Though it’s only Day 2, I am optimistic about this whole teaching/traveling experiment. I think it’s going to work out nicely!
After Greensboro tomorrow, I’m off the I-state for a while. It’s only 3 hours to Appomattox, my first National Park stop, so I expect a leisurely day tomorrow.
I’m over-nighting in Kannapolis, North Carolina at Camp Wal-Mart once again. This is one of those massive new suburban shopping meccas, complete with sidewalks, so I’m hoping to get in a brisk walk tomorrow morning before hitting the road.