In the meantime, Steve had called the shuttle service and made arrangements for transportation to the airport in the morning. It is going to be an early day tomorrow...the shuttle picks us up at 7:40 and that means that we have to be up early, finished packing and get the rig moved over to the storage area and leveled off for the fridge before then. To top it all off, there is apparently a rain storm moving in tonight which means that the move in the morning is not going to be very pleasant...good thing Steve got his rain gear and boots ready.
While I was doing laundry, Steve also worked on emptying the greywater tanks and flushing the black water tank...then started packing things away so that we wouldn’t have too much to do in the morning. That means no satellite TV for us tonight.
Once the laundry was all done, I put it all away, made up the bed and then it was time to start packing our suitcases. By the time all the packing that could be done today was done, it was after 4:00...time to sit and relax...we both had had a very busy day.
By this time, dark clouds had moved in...still no rain yet, but the stage was set...just a matter time. They are calling for a possible thunderstorm and 0.8 inches of rain...that's just a heavy mist when your from the BC coast! Hopefully, it won’t be too bad in the morning when we have to move the rig.
Well, I’m going to sign off for now...we are heading back to Victoria to spend Christmas with our family and catch up with friends. Steve and I wish all of our friends...old and new...a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
We’ll be back January 3, 2013...so stay tuned...