Friday, March 2, 2018
One of the real hassles of our traveling is trying to get my lovely wife's medications filled. Every time it takes a fax or two from her home doctor. Considering we are often in poor cell phone areas, it's not fun. Then we have to try to estimate where we will be when it's time for a refill. She cannot get refills in advance.
It took a lot of back and forth on the phone, but we were able to sort it out today. Also, we drove over 150 miles. She did get her refill, so we are good for 30 days -on that med at least. By the time that was sorted, it was too late to get checked into a campground.
That's not a problem; we drove up the road and pulled into a truck stop. There was already a funky looking older RV in the parking lot. We may have found our people. The guy seems pretty friendly and loves our ambulance conversion.
The ambulance is always an attention getter. I'm hugely amused by that. Campers spend thousands and thousands of dollars on bran new RVs and nobody gives them a second look. They are just like all the other RVs out there. We pull in with an old ambulance conversion and loads of people have to check it out. Often it's people who wished they'd done something like that themselves. Instead, they went the conventional route. Their loss.
We are still having a good time, so what more could you want?