We started our day with a sunrise walk at the beach.
After our walk, we had to change sites today from site 308 to site 314. That’s a whole 200 feet! When we made reservations there were no sites available for 14 consecutive days. That’s because the campground is full for Spring Break;o(( We started in site 296, then 308 and now 314. Oh well, no big deal and we get lots of practice closing up and setting up Baby!!!
Site 314, the best of the three!!
We were set up at our new location just after breakfast… our day was just getting started. Nancy and I decided to sit down and come up with a departure checklist for our moves with our new home.
Bill’s New Office !!
Nancy’s New Office !!
We borrowed several departure lists from sites on the internet and combined them with our unique issues and came up with a pretty comprehensive checklist.
I put 3 small cup hooks on each side.
Nancy just runs elastic bands from hook to hook and
the canisters are secured!!!
I’m sure there will be things we missed and the list will have to be tweaked. However, I think it’s a good start!
After lunch we went to the beach armed with beach chairs and fishing equipment to do a little surf fishing. Let me rephrase that – I went surf fishing and Nancy brought her camera. I was thrilled to catch a whiting and a couple of stingrays.
First catch – the whiting
Then another hit
Sting Ray Number One…
It was breezy with temps in the low 70’s. I was comfortable with a bathing suit and t-shirt. However, Nancy was chilly and I know a lightweight sweatshirt with a hood is on her must get list this week.
Shortly after dinner, we had our first campfire since we got our Motorhome.
I have always liked to sit around a campfire and Nancy came out with a bag of marshmallows to roast. We only had a few (we’ll have smores some other night), but they hit the spot.
Today turned out to be a very relaxing and enjoyable one – a beautiful sunrise, an easy move, catching fish and sitting around the campfire. I just love this retirement thing :o)))