Friday, December 30, 2016

Nite Nite Y'all.......

Happy Friday all.  It's Pod here with a wrap-up blog not only for our HBSP trip we just finished up today, but also for our camping year.  

We got home from the coast about 1:30 this afternoon.  At this point, I've been winterized and mostly unloaded, Levi has been unloaded and fueled, the laundry is about half done, and Rob went to pick up lunch for everyone when we got home.

Now I'm tucked safely way for the long, dreary, cold months of January, February, and early March. 

 It's been a great camping year, in fact, we've camped about 42 nights in all.  We've camped in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Ohio, and Michigan.  

Back to our most recent trip.  Rob told me this was a fun trip with Mark and Sue of furpod fame.  On this trip, they left furpod at home and brought along their brand new Lance travel trailer.  

Now the Lance has a name too, furpod^2 (For you non-math types, read that to be furpod squared, although, Rob did point out to be absolutely correct is should be (furpod)^2.  It was at this point that Mark wondered off to check on a broken stick or something.)  

At any rate, our week revolved around cooking on Mark's new pellet smoker, eating the food cooked on Mark's new pellet smoker, looking after Trisha and her foot, and making sure Sue took her meds each hour on the hour as her phone dinged to remind her.  A couple trips to Camping World, the grocery store and even down to Georgetown, SC to view the historic area rounded out our week.

Here are a few more pictures from the week for you to see....

Rob really likes this picture.  He told me it looked like we camped almost the entire year.   HAHA.

Rob told me the brisket Mark cooked on his new pellet smoker was out of this world delicious.  

Rob told me this was a breakfast creation that along with cheesy grits and Orange Iced Rolls, made a wonderful breakfast.  

Micah and Jackson keeping guard over Trisha to make sure she didn't get into any trouble.  

Rob's seafood dish on our one seafood meal of the entire week.

And finally, me all decked out in purple, followed by a picture of Levi and myself at one of our favorite rest stops on the way home today.

So, this is pod, wishing everyone good nite for the next 10 or so weeks.  I know I'm slated to get a new battery, and I don't know what else Rob may have in mind for me. But before I go, I want to thank everyone who has followed along with us on our travels this past year, and I want to also wish everyone a very Happy New Year with lots and lots of camping!!  So as always........

Until next time, stay safe out there.......-Pod