Today we pulled out of Madison Bay after a visit to the dump station at 11am. We traveled over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to I-97 to 695 to I-70. We ran into a little traffic but not bad, traveling 117 miles arriving at 1:30 to Ramblin Pines Campground.
We were sent to a monthly site, but they pro-rated the fees for the 26 days we will be here. It was very tight getting into our site because of the trees, but Jesse made it without problem (he is an excellent driver).
We were having a problem getting the rig level from front to back. Jesse unhooked and moved three times but still could not get the front low enough to make us level.
I called the office to see if the had another site for us to move to. They sent out a worker and he gave us 4 other site options. We decided to try the one right across the street from us.
He also backed into the new site without any problem and hooray we were level without adjustment. We thanked the worker and started our set up. As I put the slides out I noticed the electric had not yet come on, so I went outside to let Jesse know.
He looked at our power management system and found the voltage was only coming in at 99 volts. So I got back on the phone with the office and they sent out another worker. He determined that the breaker was bad, he changed it and we were very pleased to see the voltage came up to 117.
We continued to set up. Jesse tried many times to get our satellite working to no avail. We will just have to spend the 26 days with the channels we can get with our antenna.
By the time we were set up it was 5pm and we were starved. We hadn't eaten anything, so I got busy making shrimp salad with the leftovers and I boiled some eggs for egg salad. We had watermelon for dessert.
We walked the boys up to the dog park, then returned to the rig to sit and relax while we watch TV.