Right off the bat, I remembered all the stuff I left in the fridge, all stacked nicely, ready to go. It's still there. I guess I can scrape a few months mold off the cheese, but that leftover pizza and the eggs, probably won't make the cut upon my return. RATS!!!
It was THEN that I remembered Jonathan's food. Good grief!! Why am I remembering all this stuff 80 miles down the road?? DOUBLE RATS!!! I'm happy to say Jonathan seems to like his cage however. I'm sure his stress level is over the moon with the new cage AND traveling. It's a whole new ballgame for him.
The trip to Sacramento was a safe and sane one. Apparently not so much right behind me however, as I got word of a bad accident. I said a thank you prayer for keeping me safe and asked for improved memory!!
It's a whole new ballgame with the motorhome. I have to relearn my order of doing things, not to mention figuring out the television. Direct TV at home is totally different from Dish Network in the rig. My first order of business was to call and get my system rebooted. I had a nice chat with a kid about his two dogs, the weather, what he ate for lunch ... noodles of course. According to him, their technology experts are all at a main hub in Manilla Philippines, in case you couldn't understand a word they said. Unfortunately, he couldn't fix it so I could watch the latest baseball games without a deposit of $165. I passed.
While the puppies slept off the stress of the first day in the RV, I drove the short five miles to Safeway to stock up on all the things I forgot. Apples and bananas for Jonathan, as well as unsalted sunflower seeds. He's good to go now!!
I'm off early this morning, braving lovely Sacramento traffic, to the Davis area La Mesa RV shop. Apparently you can fall if the steps fail, so they're placing an additional bracket underneath. Ugh ... three hours with the puppies on leashes while I wait. Isn't THAT going to be fun!! It should give me plenty of time to write down a checklist of everything I need to do, including what I forgot, so NEXT time I'll be a little more prepared!