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We had a great post planned about us getting home and running in our yard. And we certainly did that, but our photographer was sidelined with some mechanical difficulties.
We were climbing one of those steep grades heading into the mountains when something went kaput in our S-RV. Hey, that is as technical as we can get when it comes to diesel truck engines.
On the good side, we were only about an hour from home, so we all got loaded in the toad and taken home.
Uh, what do you mean, what is a toad? Oh, it is one of those weird RV slangs – a “towed” vehicle. In our case, our “toad” is our Jeep. So rather than sitting on the side of the interstate “helping,” hu-dad thought it would be good if we just continued the trip home.
So, yes, we did get home and we did run like maniacs around our yard, but our photographer was still with the RV. And he did take some pictures of the beast that showed up to haul our Siberian Recreational Vehicle to the shop (another bit of good luck – we were only about 20 minutes from our RV mechanic).
So, we are home and happy. Hu-dad made it home a little late, but he made it. And our S-RV is at the RV Vet.
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