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On the road to Alaska

Getting off to Alaska was more chaotic than any trip I can remember. I've been so busy with building some new farmers markets that the trip was put on back burner. Then, suddenly we had only two days to prepare but the workers for our markets couldn't make it so I had to work. Yesterday I finally had to start getting ready for this 3r week trip.

Early in the morning I went to get a bowl of cereal and found the milk from the fridge warm, not a good sign. As the morning went on I found that other items were not as cold as they should be and by afternoon found the fridge temp to be 81°. I got the fridge cleaned out and a few items into a neighbors fridge to keep.

After a full day of laundry, fridge stuff, answering market questions, helping grandkids, everyone went to sleep. By 3:30a.m. I was ready to load up the RV but ever so tired. I took clothes and stuff out by the armfull and with the 5 of us going there was plenty. I wanted to put every thing away but grandkids were sleeping in the RV just piling was sufficient. The plan became "get everything into the RV and get out of here".
Of course the freezer had to join the party and quit but a neighbor was awake early and took the food I really wanted to keep.
So now we are on our way, the first leg.

Posted by Miss Chris 08:34 Archived in USA

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