The first thing we did this morning was to fill Treky's gas tank at Walmart - He doesn't think $1.99 per gallon is too much. We have paid more in Florida - much more. That Blue DEF is required for the newer automobile diesel engines - many service stations now carry it.
The next thing we did was to get Treky washed - doesn't he look handsome and shiny? Treky was hand washed and dried for $20.00. We think that's a good price too.
While we were parked at Walmart, we saw a motor home dump his gray tanks on the parking surface - Shame - Shame. I caught him in the act. Walmart security was notified. We left.
No sooner than we gotten back to our campsite than - Yep, rain. Treky said, "That took care of my new wash job".
The rain killed any chance of outdoor activities - so we did the next best thing - Eat. Three chicken wings, orange jello with whipped cream and my daily banana made up our lunch. Tippy got part of the chicken as usual but when I dropped a spoonful of jello, he lapped it up and asked for more - Tippy will eat rocks, sticks -anything.
Our refrigerator/freezer is packed full for boondocking at Sarasota for four days.
Even the fridge door is full.
We will be here in Bushnell one more day - the rally in Sarasota starts on Wednesday. It's about 100 miles from here - will take Treky about two hours including time for Tippy to visit a rest area or two.
We will see Yawl tomorrow.
Ron, Tippy & Treky