So, there I was, standing in Western Home after doing my Friday Afternoon Running around.
I looked around at the big box retail store parking lot that I usually stay for the weekends and something was wrong.
I noticed that everyone was gone. Don’t get me wrong, there were cars and shoppers there, but there were no RV’s or camper vans.
I know the usual crowd, or rather I know the usual RV’s and camper vans that I expect to see there.
Every last one of them were gone . . . not there . . . even the ones who don’t move and haven’t moved in months . . . if not years were gone.
This made me uneasy and so I inquired inside the Big Box Retail store with the few staff that know me or at least know the look of me.
None of them could, or would, give me a straight answer.
So, I fell back on one of my rules: “If I don’t feel comfortable in a certain location, I will move.”
There are many places to park but wherever I park, I have to be comfortable enough to sleep there.
So, after finishing up my grocery shopping, I went back to my Eastern Home, as in back to where I park during the work week.
Nobody bothers me there and I can get reliable Wi-Fi, so there is that.
The downside is that I am parking on the street and so I can’t put my slide-out out or put my stabilizer jacks down.
I will do the same thing this upcoming weekend, except that I will buy my groceries in the area where my Mailbox is located in.
So, that will save me some gas, as I will drive less, so that’s a positive.
However, the next time I fuel up will be after my Christmas Break, so I expect to spend about three months in fuel in that one fill up.
It is worth it as I do look forward to my Christmas Break.
Ah well, in the new year I will see if Western Home is safe to return to. After all, I have seen these things before and currently the pendulum is swinging towards “Stay away.”
As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive, and keep moving forward!