I am not sure how you view me or where you think I come from. Maybe you have never even given it any thought at all. I am from what I would call Middle-Class America. We were not rich and we were not poor. I wanted for nothing and if you would have asked me when I was younger if I was rich or poor I would have thought more toward the rich side. Now that I am older and understand how things really were I can see that was not the case. We camped, stayed at the lake, had horses, motorcycles, and had more toys than you can imagine.
The adventurous spirit of going to the lake and camping landed smack dab on my sister. Also, the buying something old and working on it and making it better landed right beside it. She and her husband J.D. recently bought an old 1985 C-Class Motorhome and are planning lots of renovations on it. They have already started some of the projects but have a long list of things to do. Their plan is to take a 3-week trek across the country and to stop and see lots of the National Parks along the way. They wanted to give the camper a test run to Tennessee to see how it did before heading out west. Also, because the camper is new to them they don’t know how to work all of the parts, like the generator, and they knew that daddy could help them with all of the systems. So, we had no air-conditioner on our trip from Georgia to Tennessee since no one knew how to turn it on while we were going down the road. I was sitting beside the window so this was what I looked like for the biggest part of the trip. My niece and brother-in-law got the “good” seats. Lol! My sister and I sat beside each other at the table so neither of us was facing backward since we were afraid we might get car sick. Things clanked and jarred the whole trip but the funniest part was when this tiny birdhouse (3×5) fell off the wall and hit my sister on the top of the head. She screamed, “OUCH” and then started saying “something hit me in the head.” I told her that the sky was falling but the other three of us was laughing so hard that I thought I was going to pee on myself. Speaking of the bathroom…………..One of those things that was a “first” for them was the dumping of the tanks. They call it gray and black water which is a really nice term for what it really is. I was very grateful once the tanks were dumped since I was the one right beside the open window. YUCK!!! Anyway, the water was not turned on in the camper so when it came time to use the bathroom I told J.D. that we needed to stop. My sister told him where the nearest bathroom was and we were all on the lookout for it. When it came into view my sister and I started telling him to turn but he said that he didn’t hear us in time. Instead of pulling off at this really nice, up-to-date gas station, he pulled into this really old and run down station. Oh, my goodness, it was horrific, but when you have got to go, you have got to go. We used a ton of hand sanitizer when we got back to the RV. Lol!!!BC and my sister claimed the good seat on the way back to Georgia. I wonder if they figured out how to turn on the air-conditioner as you go down the road. All in all, we had a BLAST! Life is all about adventures and family. It is not all about perfection and stressing if your shoes have mud on them. Am I the only one who comes from a crazy loveable family that this?
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