After moving back to Paula and Tom's place, more moving took place when we re-loaded the basements which had taken over a garage. Then came all the fun of finding stuff that is not where it used to be, and hanging hooks for decorations and towel bars, etc. Paige found that moving from one motorhome to another was difficult. Not something she wants to do again anytime soon! It now feels more like home.
It is a little longer than the older one, but the biggest difference is 4 slides (up from 2) so the interior is much wider when opened up. Here is the sofa with the kitchen in the background.
The refrigerator is "residential-style" so it runs on electricity only. This was a huge plus for us. We can now keep ice cream frozen!
Our thoughts were that we plan to keep rambling around the country, sightseeing and doing service projects for many more years and the Meridian was beginning to show its age.
Paige's Mom is visiting from Duluth. She came a week ago and will be here another 2 weeks. She's enjoying the weather immensely. Duluth has had more snow and cold weather recently. Her brother, Phil, is down here for the winter from Alaska, also at Paula's, so it's a good time for them to reconnect.
Bob and I are going to do a "Nomads" project at Paula's. The trim on her business house needs some painting so we are going to take that on. We need to keep busy!
We spent last Saturday visiting with some Nomads friends who are working at a church about 10 miles away. Bill and Ogie and Dave and Nancy came over to see the new motorhome after we went out for a great buffet lunch. So good to see them!
We'll try to update the blog more frequently now that the move is over.