We left I-20 and headed south toward Montgomery on Alabama 9 yesterday. I am leery of driving two-lane roads because we often end up with traffic backed up behind us, or we get stuck behind someone driving 20 miles under the speed limit in a no passing zone.
But it couldn’t have worked out better yesterday. Twice, for brief periods, we had one vehicle behind us. And we never had anyone ahead of us. In fact, for most of the way we wound through the rolling hills with the road all to ourselves, except when passing though an occasional tiny town.
We didn’t see one Walmart. And I only remember one chain grocery store. A Piggly-Wiggly. 🙂
We did get lost after we got into Montgomery. But Ron stopped at a Waffle House and asked directions.
Carla and Jerry were waiting for us when we arrived. They are the friendliest and most delightful couple! What a treat it was to finally meet them!
And I finally got my long-awaited tour of their Casita!
My first reaction when I walked inside was, “This is BIG!” It looks so much larger than ours. Jerry has cut a window in the room divider wall which allows you to see through to the the right rear window from the front, and also removed the range hood over the stove. The difference in perceived space is remarkable.
But my very favorite mods are the fold-down tables that he has built on the bathroom door, so Carla can use it when she is in her side bed, and the one to the right of the stove, and to the left of the room divider so Jerry has a table there in the rear.
Carla fixed homemade beef and vegetable soup for us for dinner this evening, with crackers and a yummy home-made cheese ball, followed by apple cake. Yum! 🙂
The weather is perfect. Crisp and cool, but not cold. Just perfect for a fall camping trip!