We have been staying busy with small projects as we continue to enjoy our motor home. Ron has completed a few maintenance items. He replaced the air conditioner shrouds, repaired a small water leak near the front windshield and washed and waxed the roof.
I passed the written part of the NC non-CDL Class B driver's license test. I was issued a learner's permit that expires in 18 months. This permit allows me to drive the motor home under the supervision of another NC Class B driver's license holder. Our plans are for me to practice driving the motorhome in a BIGGG, empty parking lot first. I don't know if I'll get my NC Class B license, I've got a lot of practice to do before I can even attempt to take the driving part of the Class B test.
We have been fishing and we've had some success. Ronnie caught 2 regulation-size flounder and they made a delicious dinner for us one night.
|The water was very calm..northeast winds 5-10 mph.|
|This flounder was 16 inches.|
|We baked the flounder fillets in lemon juice, a bit of butter and Old Bay Seasoning.|
One time Ronnie said he had a "big" fish on his hook. He pulled and pulled on his rod and reel. I got the camera out all ready and excited.... this is what he caught!
|Ron said he really thought he had a big fish...not.|
|This is the Bell Buoy (Sea Buoy) that marks the entrance/exit to Bogue Inlet from the ocean. It is obviously very calm or we would NOT be here.|
|This is the fishing charter boat "Nancy Lee V". It leaves out of Cedar Point.|
Our fifth wheel remains on consignment at Dwight Dickens Auto in Fuquay-Varina, NC.
|2004 Carriage Compass, 32 ft. 2 slides, new awning|
That's all for now. I'll post again when we "Eas-on Down the Road"...