Sunday, November 14, 2021

Day 54, 55 - Yemassee, SC - TT

Saturday (54) - Another travel day today. 255 miles to a TT park between Savannah, GA, and Charleston, SC. We had dinner with my son, his fiancé, and her mom at a southern barbecue place. Since we were still close to Southern Carolina, I felt obligated to have the local vinegar based barbecue sauce on pulled pork. It was delicious but very different from what I’m used to. 

Sunday (55) - A nice site. Lots of trees, not too many acorns hitting the roof, and sunny in the morning. Thank you to our son and his fiancé for generously lending us their Prius C for a couple of weeks. It’ll really simplify my trip to Fairbanks at the end of the week. Plus, we needed groceries after semi-purging our refrigerator and freezer while the coach was in the shop. We will be here for a couple of weeks. 

The “project of the day” was changing one of the ends on this heavy 50amp power cable. I had ordered a 50amp RV extension cable but that’s not what I received. The label on the bag was what I ordered. I simply ordered the correct end and cut off the wrong connector. The challenge was that the individual wires in the cable were 6AWG so very large and difficult to work with. But it’s now done and I have a 14’ extension. Two times in the last month I couldn’t park the RV at the desired location since the power cord didn’t reach the power pedestal. Now, I have a little more flexibility. 

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