Traveling Again

Editing this site while on the road is very challenging for me.  My IPad tends to ignore my input and do whatever it wants making the job tricky at best.  Please excuse errors as I attempt to share the fun with you.  This post may not be pretty, but I hope you enjoy it.

Amazingly, everything came together for me to leave on Sunday.  My truck arrived on Saturday, my fiddle repair was completed before the weekend.  Good news for those wondering if I would ever get on the road.  Sad news for those at home who will now have to hear me practice fiddle during my visit.

On Saturday morning, I took the Jeep on a final trip to pick up my new pickup.  After saying a sad goodbye, I was ushered into the “training bay” at the dealership.  There I spent an hour being taught how to program the truck for driving.  I am not sure, but this truck may be able edit this website for me.  It is certainly more technically advanced than I am.

A Rousing Farewell

On Friday night, the Sodbusters and I performed a two hour show for our friends and families at the park.   Thanks so much to our awesome audience for the encouragement and for sharing a fun night with us!  I uploaded a few videos below for those who want to see what that show was like.  For my friends and family in the east, you may want to regard these videos as a warning of what is to come when I arrive.  Perhaps you can prepare your defenses before I pull up in my new Chevy.

In Loving Memory

Stormy Weathers

About Sunny Weathers

Pilot, motorcyclist and full time RVer. Follow me as I travel all over the US in my Country Coach RV volunteering, making new friends and pursuing a constant outdoor temperature between 70F and 80F. I'll share the fun and the tribulations and any great survival tricks I learn!

14 Replies to “Traveling Again”

  1. Glad that the storm that hit Misa did not get to you. Sure messed up some good airplanes though. Nice looking truck but too many computers on it for me, I have never owned a new vehicle and have no intentions of every owning one. ;>) Is this the one where you can sit in the back seat and let it do all the decision making on the road? Travel safe and look forward to seeing you in the near future. Love ya kid and you can fiddle around here all you want to . This dummy has to ask, what the heck are you telling us in the last sentence under the truck picture>?????????? :>) GOD BLESS
    Jim & Sandy

    1. Looking forward to seeing you. So proud of you .What you do is amazing and most important you seem happy. Love you. aunt Jeannette

      1. Thanks – see you soon!

  2. Safe travels … sure it will be different in your new truck vs your old motorhome! Take it slow and enjoy the ride. Lynn

    1. Hi Lynn,
      So far so good. Just wish there were not quite so many miles to go.

  3. Michele Hilberth says: Reply

    Safe travels my friend! Love the new truck. Have fun!

    1. Saw a great street name today – Stinky Creek Road
      Thought of you and your Mom LOL

  4. Latch key is out! Eating for your visit. Sally

    1. See you soon!

  5. Dale and Denise says: Reply

    Travel Safe!?

    1. I will, thanks!

  6. Larry -n- CECILE Moore says: Reply

    Hope you have a fantastic trip. Give me a yell if you get close to central Alabama in your travels. You picked a great time to ride. How long will you be out and about?

    1. I guess I missed you guys moving. Thought you were still in OK. Trip has been nice so far. Kinda hurrying though to get across as it takes sooo long to get from west to east. Should be headed back in a couple of weeks.

  7. Larry -n- Cecile says: Reply

    You’ll enjoy a little change of color as you head back. Enjoy the views. Take care of you.

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