We’re back in Livingston, Tx. We left about 8:30 am or so. We had a little over 200 miles for us. We did pay $2.49 for gas here and $2.55 in Haskill, TX. Overall the class C averaged 8.5 mpg. Considering that most of the trip was in mountains and towing, 8.5 is good.
We returned to a yard that has some 12 inch high grass in our driveway. Otherwise everything is the same. We haven’t found our emergency extra keys. We haven’t found them but they will appear. We only have have one Harley key and it’s with them, where ever.
I got the Mariner out of the barn and had to move the Journey to the end of the driveway. Now it needs insurance. The Journey needs to get ready for sale next month. A lot of cleaning out details and sweeping it out. Probably run down to Freightliner Houston to get the one idiot dash light plugged up to their computer. It comes and go the last couple of years. I checked everything but the thing still comes on some time. I’ve been told that it’s just a sensor and not to really worry about it. Tell that to a future buyer!
Saw Mark’s car at La Colonia as we drove by. He really likes La Colonia Mexican food.
We had left overs for dinner….
Retirement has a lot of left overs one way or another……..