We got up this morning on our last day here. We were the first ones in and the last one out. This is the day that we all dread, the day we had to pack up and leave. I had already taken the porch down, so that helped.
I went down to the donut store and bought us all something for breakfast and we all sat out at our table to have breakfast. It was our last meal with Tommy and Susan until we get to Mission. Tommy was more prepared than we were and he and Susan pulled out about 9 o'clock, but we worked steadily and made it out around 11.
We made the long drive to Garrison without incident except that the Low Coolant light came back on. I carefully watched the coolant temperature and it never budged, so I am confident that whatever is wrong is something minor. It's just a matter of finding the problem.
We pulled into the Lake Tonkawa park, which doesn't have too many amenities. There is no wifi, no cable television, no pool although there the lake here for swimming. We haven't seen it yet but I'm sure it is nice. I know one thing, this place is secluded! We drove down the road that was apparently cut out of a piney wood forest. It is waaaay back in the woods and very shady but there is not a breath of wind in here so its really, really hot. We've got 50 amp service and are not paying for electricity, so we'll give both our air conditioners a good workout this week.