Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Crossing of "To Do's"

Judy and I left Blanton Creek Park Tuesday at 6:00 PM in a steady rain shower.  It continued to rain for about a third of the way we got home at 8:30. 

 The rental prospect for our house didn’t materialize. Judy was a little relieved. Since we are going to be working back at the park next year we will once again have it to return to it by-weekly on our off week.  Our boss Mike is happy that we are returning.

Judy and I have been completing some of our “To Do List” before we leave for our four to five months travel to Florida. We recently signed up for "Passport America", and received their catalog of 1800 campgrounds/parks that offer 50% off camping fees today.

 We also selected a mail forwarding service. Being a simple man, I suggested using  "My RV Mail", Judy agreed to go with them. The mail service is an affiliate of Passport America. Judy and I will continue using our US Post Office Box until mid Sept.

Judy also stopped by the Voting Registrar’s office to make sure our voting status will not be affected by using the mail forwarding address. The registrar explained to Judy the voting process for voters in our situation.

Once we finished up in Milledgeville we went to Macon and joined Judy’s sister Sheila and her son John Mark at the movies. We chose the movie  "2016".  It is a very informative movie. 

Thanks for stopping by.
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