Tomorrow is our first little toodle in the RV. Today our very helpful neighbor Fritz came by and showed us how the propane, water, generator, plumbing, etc. all works, for which we are very grateful.
So, we are headed to northeastern Iowa to the town of Waukon, where I am going to interview Dr. Richard Holliday, a holistic veterinarian of some renown for Acres USA. “Doc” was first interviewed by Acres in 1974—yes, that’s ’74, as in That 70’s Show.
Between here and there are a couple of stops: a bookstore in Dubuque to promote Psycards, and a visit to Effigy Mounds. Then on to Waukon, find a nice campground nearby, visit Decorah the next day for another bookstore, then home at our leisure—probably on back roads, which are always more interesting. I remembered to bring all the batteries for the digital camera and digital recorder.
Our maiden voyage, so to speak. Just an overnighter, but I’m certain we will learn a lot about what to do and what NOT to do in the RV. Let’s hope the adventure is simply one of fun and learning and not hard lessons or the kind of adventure that a friend of mine called simply, “bad planning.” (Thanks, Dave!)