Back in Woodstock after a great weekend of travels, and enjoyed some 17 deg. C. weather! Just like summer today, as I was able to spend the afternoon outside taking care of some last minute things, getting the RV ready for take off on Wednesday Morning.
One of the most important issues in getting ready, is checking all tires that will be rolling on the road, and we have a few. 6 RV tires, that require 95 lbs of air when they are cold. All our tires have been replaced within the past couple of years, and they are all holding their air pressure very well. Only one small adjustment required on these. Our new Dolly is all set with 50 lbs. of air in each of the two 18 inch tires, so it is good to go, and all the Cruze tires were bang on at 35 lbs. I feel this job, is by far one of the most important, as you prepare to travel!
Spent a nice afternoon yesterday up in Orillia, meeting up with my Mom for lunch at the local Swiss Chalet. Had a great time, and then took Her on a shopping spree at the Orillia Square Mall. She was thrilled as she picked up a bunch of new cloths for the winter. We also got to stop in and say hello to Judy's Brother, Garry and Wife Shelly, as they prepare to come down to Orlando in December. We will be attending Disney for the 3rd year in a row now with them, and are really looking forward to it!
After all the visiting was done in Orillia, we headed back south to Richmond Hill and spent the evening with Tom and Cheryl. They put on a great dinner for us last night, and we all sat around talking till midnight! Had a blast... This morning we were up, had breakfast, and went for a 2 1/2 mile walk around the local trails in Richmond Hill.
That is Judy and Cheryl above checking out a river running through the trails.
They have a nice set of trails, all paved through this area, with a river running all over the place it seems... it was also a beautiful mild morning to get out and enjoy the nice air...
When I got back this afternoon, it was so mild I decided to take the Cruze into the local self car wash, and laid a big time cleaning on it. Don't worry though, there is rain in the forecast tomorrow afternoon. That will fix it!
Judy and I will be attending Remebrance Day Services in Woodstock tomorrow... Both our Dad's served Canada during the Second World War, and will be never forgotten!