Treky is packed and we're ready to leave about 5 am in the morning. The refrigerator has been on all afternoon and it's cold. We'll unplug tonight.
This is my clothes cabinet. Socks in the green bag, underwear in the black bag and short sleeve shirts rolled up.
We have a little 6-inch fan and a air filter. It may be very hot before we get home and the filter may catch some Tippy hair that he sheds constantly. The little fan helps distribute the cool air-conditioner air.
Our food cabinet has three shelves. This is the top shelf. On the left are some "Completes" a vacuum packed non-refrigerated dinner - not a great meal but also no trouble and easy to transport and pack.. Also the old reliable peanut butter, some peanut butter crackers and canned spam.
The middle food shelf contains easy to prepare Mac & Cheese, dried mashed potatoes with bacon bits (pretty good) and peanuts in the shell along with some cookies.
The bottom food shelf stores small containers of Clam Chowder, crackers, tuna salad, and chips. All other food is in the refrigerator.
My long and short pants are stored in the Solar Panel controller compartment.
In the pocket on the rear of Tippy's seat is my "office". I keep pens, envelopes, stamps, checkbook and that type of thing along with printed copies of the schedules of our rallies.
You can see a few of the things I carry under the bed - access is from the rear doors. Two chairs, water hose, tool bag and door screen.
We have a full fresh water tank, a full propane tank, a full gas tank, and empty black and gray water tanks. I'd say we are ready to go.
Tippy and I will not be able to sleep a wink tonight.
We hope to see you tomorrow from Oak Mountain State Park, Alabama.
Treky says, "Are you sure you haven't forgotten something?" Hush Treky, close your headlights and go to sleep.
Ron, Tippy and Treky