“In every walk with nature one receives much more than they seek”
I was so glad to hear that Debra would have an experienced camper with her on her first night out in her Weeroll. I was sad to be missing that experience with her. She and I wanted to camp together but between COVID closings and her family visiting, it just never happened.
Debra and Connie are leaving on their trip in July and starting off together. Debra told me she will be watching to learn from me as I experience my first week in the trailer.
I should have also had a check off list for stuff to do when preparing my house to sit for three months without me. After I cleaned the fridge I forgot to prop the doors open so it wouldn't mold inside. And I forgot to spray for bugs just before walking out the door. After I got to camp I texted my neighbor about the fridge, Mari. Thanks for taking care of that, Mari.
Pretty dang good job for a newby!
I had mentioned in a Facebook comment to Debra that my clothes weren't drying so she needs to pack more than two outfits. Well, a bit later I get a text from our mutual friend Robyn. She is also a Sister on the Fly and was coming to this event. She texted that she could pick up some clothes for me. I had to laugh. Thank you, I did pack three outfits and a bunch of winter clothes since I am heading to Wisconsin.
Speaking of viewing other peoples trailers. This one is two spots down from me.
There isn't wifi at the campsites by the river, so in order to launch this blog I will need to go up by the pool or over to the office. For now the Weeroll has a desk and I am writing into a Word Document.