Today we got up and going fairly quickly, except Tony was a little too quick and bumped his head on the front compartment door. He managed to cut the top of his head and was bleeding a little. After a little rest and after the bleeding subsided (it wasn't much), we loaded up and hit the road. We made good time again.
On parts of the journey through Missouri and Arkansas, we've seen crop-dusters at work. It's a little unnerving to see a plane that low and then swing out over the highway in front of you!
Note the plane just about to cross over the highway
Crossing the road and turning!
We got home about 4pm, and opted not to try to get Mammoth in the driveway just yet. It was just too hot and humid, and with Tony's head and my ankle, we decided to rest a bit. The kitties seemed to be happy to have more room to roam, but ultimately ended up sleeping on a lap or nearby on the couch, just like in the trailer. Glad they travel so well!
We ate dinner, and were watching TV when there was a knock at the door. It was TORI! Tony's sister was in town, and came by to see us before she heads back to Tyler. We visited about an hour! It was good to see her.
All in all, we had a great trip. It was just over way too fast.
Mammoth will go back to Lake Leon in a few days, to be ready for us to be FULL TIME in a month. Yes, we have a contract on our house to be sold, so we are looking forward to what comes next.
Well, maybe not the decluttering, culling, selling, packing, and moving, but whatever God has in store for us in Eastland County. We did not want to rush to find a new house, so we decided to live full-time in the RV for a little while. The cost of living will be much cheaper! We may ultimately end up back in Cisco, but for now it's back to the lake. :)