Our days are now numbered here on the Mississippi. In two weeks we will be in our new house and the RV Resort area we have been staying in since mid-May will close it’s doors, so we have to be out by October 13th. We will have to park it in our driveway for a few days. until we leave for Chicago for a couple of weeks.
But I am thinking, the camper could well ‘dwarf’ our house. Having it in the driveway we will need to put cones at the end of it in order to be sure no one hits it as it will take up the full extent of our driveway. Once we come back from Chicago it will sit in our driveway for a few days again while we winterize it and ready it for storage…until we get it out again in February 2019. That is when we leave for a couple of weeks vacation in FL. to visit my Dad and do other things down that way.
It used to sit on a pad beside our old house, but the driveway of that house was over 100 feet long…like 109 feet.
The driveway of the new house is like…not sure… 40 ft long?
It’s about 38 feet long, but the roof of the new house overhangs a little the drive way so we can only come up to the edge of the roof with the motor home, so….didn’t plan on that part. 😦
Yeeeaaahhhh…..it will be close, the hitch will probably just hang into the gray gutter portion. (The hitch we use to tow our car behind the RV). It will make quite the statement compared to when it was parked by the old house. 🙂
We have measured a couple of times to make sure it will fit. We are not allowed to keep it by our house, city ordinances allow us 12 days at a time. So we were told. That should be good enough to have it there a few days while we prepare to travel or after a trip to unload it. Hopefully none of our future neighbors will ‘have a cow’ at times when we have it there.
Meanwhile – back ‘On The Mississippi’ things are closing down, people are already leaving or getting their rigs ready to leave. It is now sunny (YAY), and in the 50’s. It was actually down to 39 degrees for just a little while this morning. We have switched from AC to Furnace.
Fall is well upon us.
The photo above was taken about 10 years ago….in the foyer of the old house. Both daughters and grandson playing nicely together. 🙂
Mandy: Was that car door closing Dad? Who’s there?