We work pretty early, knowing it was a long drive home. We pulled out about 9am, and headed into the foggy drizzle. As we drove west out of the foggy cloudy weather, the winds picked up and we began fighting a head wind. Although this wasn't ideal, it was better than a crosswind!
About to hit the road for home
We were going a few mph slower due to the winds and lots of semi traffic, but didn't have any issues getting back to Texas, and then home. We did stop once for fuel though, and if the winds had not been so bad, we probably could have made it home without fueling. It was cheaper in Arkadelphia than Goshen by about 10 cents a gallon.
Back home, we unloaded a few things, visited with our kitties that were very glad to see us, then headed out in the car for local Tex-Mex. It had been a long 9 days without it!
Tango loving my lap
Mambo purring up a storm
Overall, we had a good time on our trip. We only added one new state to our "camped in" map, and that was Illinois. Technically, we did not "camp" in Mammoth while in Indiana. Oh well, we will get to add it when we return to go to the Heartland Owners Rally in June. (We already had Arkansas).
Tomorrow, we'll back Mammoth into the driveway, so we can reload all our "normal" gear, in anticipation of the upcoming Heartland Owners Club Chapter Rally in Montgomery, TX in a few weeks. They anticipate a hard freeze here tonight (go figure, it was nearly 80* when we left), so we'll hook up electric and run the furnace, just to be safe.
We will also have to redo our decal, "the Dorsey's MAMMOTH", it had to be removed for the work HL did. Oh well, I have a feeling it will happen sooner, rather than later. ;)