We left Hardeeville last Saturday and moved to Callahan, Florida which is out in the country near the Georgia state line not far from Jacksonville. The camp ground in Callahan is small and tight but we found it very nice.
The sign at the entrance was certainly unique and I recognized it right away as a great example of repurposing which is highly touted these days as part of the recycling movement.
While in Callahan, I had to make an essential repair to our shore power cord. Evidently I left the ground prong in the female socket in Hardeeville and discovered the problem when we arrived in Callahan. It is not good not to be grounded. So I made a trip into Jacksonville to the Camping World store to get a replacement cord that would wire into the transfer switch box. Cost would be over $200.00 for a new cord and plug and since my cord is still in very good shape, I opted to just purchase the male plug. $27.00. It took an hour sitting at the picnic table outside to cut off the old, groundless plug, strip the 6 and 8 gauge braided copper wire in the cord and attach it to the prongs (correctly) and re-assemble the new plug. I re-attached Phaeth to shore power and all was good once more.
Because I like to shave in the shower which, because there was no mirror, I had to shave by feel and risk lopping off part of my mustache or making my sideburns uneven, I revised our shower by adding a flexible mirror. Now I won't miss any spots on my handsome, rugged face.
Monday, hearing of blizzards in the North East and single digit highs in the Mid West, we drove to Ocala, Florida where it was 65 degrees. YES!