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Thursday, March 4, 2010

Never Dunn RV Park - Lake City, Florida

We stayed with Amy’s parents for a few days after having repairs to the one side of the awning, waiting for the OTHER side of the awning part to arrive. We left once again to RV World of Lakeland to have that replaced Wednesday morning. Then after a stop at Steak N Shake, hit the road to Lake City.
A photo of Ellery and Willow at Munn Park in Lakeland, Florida the day before we hit the road.


The RV started its engine surge which hasn’t happened since I had replaced the speed sensor that appeared to clear up a lot of the issues back months ago. Now the speedometer is working properly, but the ABS light is on again. After a few miles through Lakeland, the surge stopped so I hope all is well with our rig Hope. Of course, I was a complete basket case with that, racing the worst through my mind, and having gusts upward to 20 mph on the road. Amy commented on how her new yarn made her hands sweat. I commented, “Imagine driving with this wind…it makes my hands sweat.” It drove fine on the road but at the beginning well I was a bit peeved. The surge is annoying at best.

A few hours later we made it. Arrived late that afternoon and of course as Amy's previous post stated, Ellery and Willow were awed by the peacocks and the animals there. It was a shame I couldn't get the peacock pictures but it was too dark and I really didn't want to use my flash. But there is always tomorrow.
 

The last photo will be my new facebook image ;)

Take care

Rik

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

THAT IMAGE OF YOU MADE ME LAUGH RIGHT OUT LOUD!!!.. THATS JUST FUNNY... LOVE YA

Garnet said...

Good to hear you guys are off and rolling! Kids look like they're having a blast :)

Little House On Wheels said...

Sounds like parallel lives..... We are still in Tucson because the ABS light and brake light came on at the same time, the engine rev, the speedometer dropped to zero.... I had the same sensor replaced on Thursday and so far it is running. God I hoped I didn't jinx me.

We are the two old women who live in a little house on wheels.