So there’s been a lot of progress on the bus! I drove it up to the Panhandle of Florida to get some work done with a fellow Skoolie who was generous enough to put some time into helping me get bathroom walls up, water tanks hung and some plumbing run! He also put together a […]
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Yummy Paleo and Dukan Consolidation friendly meal tonight.
I got 4 boneless country style ribs. Cut them in half, shook up with some yummy rub, browned them in coconut oil and threw them in the crock pot with onion, celery, carrot and green onions. I also tossed in the juices from the browning and a half cup of the flat, left over La Croix berry sitting on the counter.
Mmmm mmmmm good!
I forgot to take a pic of the food in my bowl, but it was fall apart yummy!!!
I woke up after a wonderful sleep in an Airbnb house this morning. And called Mr. Walsh at the Culpeper school transportation depot and he came and picked me up.
The bus had been serviced and filled up. And after we did our paperwork he took me out and walked me through some of the special things on the bus. She looks fantastic! Besides four spots that need to be puttied up her body is in excellent condition. He gave me a quick lesson in how to use the airbrakes and then have me demonstrate that I knew how to use them.
I got on the road and headed east towards I 95. And met a friend of mine, Mary, who I’ve known via the Internet for more than 15 years. And then I got on I 95 south in Virginia and headed home.
I stopped for a complete fill up before leaving Virginia because the gas was so much cheaper than North Carolina. The truckers at the truckstop were really awesome helping me figure out the diesel pump and I checked the fluids and all were OK.
I’ve made it as far is Selma, North Carolina. I’ll get up early in the morning and continue my journey home.
Here’s some photos from day one: