|Thru Campground #8|
|This is something you don't see much anymore. |
A VW camper.
Anyway, I'll hit the road tomorrow after emptying tanks on the way out. There is also a nice BP gas station in the parking lot of the casino with a high capacity air compressor for public use. Believe it or not, those things aren't easy to find anymore. I carry two air pumps with me and they are pretty good up to about 65 pounds of air. The new tires on Liberty and the rear tires on Freedom take 80 psi max. I don't need the full 80 psi in Liberty since 65 psi will carry her weight but the Goodyear guy recommended at least 75 psi so the tires would run cooler. Apparently, the lower the psi the hotter the tires run. That wasn't an issue for me until these I bought these new tires because the older ones maxed out at 65 psi. I'll take advantage of the high capacity air and easy access to the hose to top off the tires.
|And wouldn't you know it, I got lucky and found a Tanning/Laudromat combination again. Sadly, the tanning place wasn't busy at all. Oh well, maybe the next one will be better.|
I'm sorry for such a boring post, but that's way it goes. I almost completed that old Navy saying. It went, "that's the way it goes, first your money then your clothes." It's funny how things like that stick with you for a lifetime.
I think I'll go wash Freedoms windshield in case I have a chance for some travel pictures tomorrow. Of all the things I take pictures of, the travel pictures through the windshield of Freedom are always my favorites. They remind me more of places I've been than anything else. I can see a travel picture from a couple of years ago and it will take me directly back to that road and that sense of freedom while traveling down it. Ya'll can skip over those if you want, but they are mostly my favorites.
|I took a selfie today so the grandkids will know what I looked like back in July of 2018. My razor slipped today.|
|I thought it would be interesting to compare a selfie from December of 2014. I took this one in San Antonio after buying the hat. Looks just like twins, hardly a hair out of place between the two pictures.|