Today was just a travel day and a short one at that. Cristy slept in a little while I read my book outside under the awning. It was 75 degrees at 7:00am. Perfect reading weather. A hummingbird flew up to me several times, probably wondering where our feeder was. Sorry bud.
After Cristy woke up and had her breakfast I began the ritual of dumping the tanks. Black, then turn on the tank flush, then drain, then flush, then drain, then pump a few gallons in for good measure. Then I empty the gray tank. Clean and stow the hose and accessories. Then pull my disposable gloves off, one inside the other. Then hand sanitize and call it done.
That’s when I noticed our first damage. I shouldn’t really call it damage. A cotter pin came out of our hitch when we were driving the truck yesterday and we almost lost a very crucial part of the weight distribution hitch. Luckily it didn’t fall out. I was able to push it back in and safety wire it in place. It looked much nicer when we started this morning. This is what it looked like once we arrived in Williams, AZ at the Grand Canyon Railway RV Park.
The trip over only took about 3 hours. And it can be summed up in one word: UP. It was all uphill. We stopped for gas in Seligman. The scenery is beautiful but the highway and the wind kept my attention mostly on the road so I didn’t have time to grab any pictures. I’ll have to see if Cristy did.
Tomorrow we take the train to the Grand Canyon!