Errands at Home

Current Location: Fort Toulouse Campground, Wetumpka, Alabama

Malcolm got out this morning in the cold (40’s) and rain (1.6 inches overnight and still coming down this morning) and pulled an empty LP tank to take to the farm supply place up the street to get refilled. Once back, we took it easy in the trailer until our son showed up with Val’s car and a back seat full of mail and packages.

We took our son to Costco and Publix to buy groceries (for him and ourselves) and treated ourselves to lunch at Five Guys. We dropped him off at the house and picked up a few other things to take to the trailer. Once back at the campground, we stopped by the office to pay for our two weeks and a day stay.

Once back at the trailer, we sorted mail, put away groceries and generally were lazy. We watched some of the Derby festivities and the race on TV, then turned it off. Malcolm ran trash over to the dumpster and chatted briefly with our new neighbor that had just pulled in on the next site.

The rest of the evening mainly involved sitting around. However, Malcolm continued work on his project of documenting his grandparents’ full-time RV travels in the 1970’s through 1990’s. Fortunately, his grandmother kept very good notes every day for years and years (a paper blog, if you will). He plans to share some of that information on this blog in some fashion.

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One thought on “Errands at Home

  1. Welcome home! Val you must have a small car or you get a lot of mail to fill the back seat 🙂

    I look forward to the vintage travel log from your grandparents, my grandparents did the same but I no longer have access to it.

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