The rain was intermittent but frequent. It was raining when my eyes opened and still raining when the Truck took me for a ride in the area. Here is one of the parking lots near the Allegro Channel. The stripes on the paved portion are under water. Those fisher folks must have been really hardcore.
The sinking platform in last night’s blog apparently got fixed. Here it is from about three miles away up right and level. Nothing about what happened was in the local news.
Then all the time from lunch on till late was spent visiting with Paul. He is a super nice fellow and is a CSI for a county north of here. We chatted at length about getting his RV ready for boondocking. As it turns out his choice for his first travel trailer was very excellent. His need is weekends and vacation only. Full time rving is not on his horizon. Here is his rig.
He had it raised about four inches when he bought it. The holding tanks are very good size and his fresh water tank is more than adequate. It is a light weight rig with a maximum weight of under 3500 pounds. We determined that all he MIGHT need for a week of boondocking is another battery like the one he has. The R-pod trailers had not been carefully examined before but this one impressed me as a good camper.Paul is so much fun to be around that the OFM teams hope to cross paths with him in the wild for the purpose of trying to have tooooo much fun. TheOFM.