Made a trip into Gorst about 0900 to stop by this place that can install the electrical connection for the tent trailer. The guy that actually does the installs was off cause â€œhe worked last Saturday.â€ so I came on home (with a quick stop by Safeway for milk). Was back home by 1000 hrs.
So, since we want to use it this weekend, I set up the tent trailer. Been cleaning it and rearranging the insides. Flushed the water tank. Tightened up a few things. Wiped everything down (dusty!). Letting it air out. Iâ€™m about half tempted to take everything out of it tomorrow and just put back in what we might use. Probably make the thing a 100 pounds lighter!
And I found out you donâ€™t want to be sitting inside the tent trailer (like I was) when there is a downpour of rain. Itâ€™s loud! Nearest I can come to a comparison is: Start your shower then sit in the bottom of the shower with the water hitting your head. Now put one of those LARGE steel/chrome mixing bowls on your head. Thatâ€™s what it sounds like in the tent trailer in a downpour.
Yeah, I should have finished off the MILA; but I really have only an hour or two of cleaning and itâ€™s done. Probably wonâ€™t get a chance to do it tomorrow (electrical & gotta go fix a friends computer) so probably Wednesday.
Been looking online for camping spots/parks near Bozeman, Mt. How do you choose? I need no more than 30 Amp electrical and water hookups somewhere near the bathrooms. So Iâ€™ve been reading the reviews and just looking around. I need SWMBOâ€™s help with this. Gotta make a reservation real soon though or all the spaces will be gone. As it is weâ€™ll leave here early (early!) and arrive there rather late. I really donâ€™t look forward to setting this thing up in the dark. I could. I just donâ€™t look forward to it.
But, so far, even the most expensive camp spot Iâ€™ve found is still much cheaper than the same amount of time in a motel.
Well, we be home safe and sound. Time to relax until bedtime. Which will come at just about the right time tonight.