Today's journey finds us stopping for the night just north of Los Angeles and paying $50 for the night since internet is an add-on fee. But it's a lovely park and a pull through spot, so this is nice. And after Left Brain did some minor adjustments with the hook up, the car battery seems to be holding nicely. It starts right up, so we can actually leave it attached to get the full benefit of having a pull-through spot...what a unique concept!
To celebrate the nicer area with grass and concrete patio I busted out the longer tunnel for the cats, but no tent and chairs since we're still moving. It's 86 degrees as I write this and we're sweating and smiling. Gone is the cold and drizzle of the Pacific Northwest and we're back among palm trees and dry heat.
No crashes today, but I did get to make one incredible U-turn with the RV and car attached. I know my friends Beth and Marti would be proud of me...I'm kind of famous for my U-turn abilities. It's so good having Left Brain behind the wheel again as we wouldn't be putting this many miles behind us with just me driving.
We've only about 150 miles to get into Jojoba Hills SKP park tomorrow. We called to check on availability (no reservations are accepted) and it looks promising, so we want to arrive early in the day. They have four pickleball courts and I'm hoping to find some fellow players.
Our reservations for our park in Hemet don't begin until November 15th, so this will fill in nicely.
Long Live the Queen of Almost There