Jesse our navigator informed me he wanted to leave by 9am, so I was ready and in the truck by 8:25am. Jesse hooked up the truck and we drove over to the dump.
I let the boys out to do some business while Jesse drained our tanks and we were on the road by 9am.
We were only about 20 minutes down the road when Jesse said there was a problem with the trailer brakes. We pulled over to the side of the road and Jesse stared to assess the problem. He checked the connections, looked for broken wires, and checked fuses. He couldn’t find anything obvious wrong.
He looked on Hazel (GPS) for a repair shop and saw that there was one right down the road. When he got there, their electrician was not in today.
We decided to call the Coach Net service, while Jesse was on the phone he unplugged the brake controller and found that there was a wire loose. He tighten and plugged it back in and everything seemed to work just fine. He thanked the person on the phone and decided to try driving again.
We had no more problems with the brakes, and traveled 288 miles and arrived at Flying Flags RV Resort.
This is a very nice park that looks a lot like Llano.
They have an off leash park for the dogs and a dog washing station (that is out of order now).
We will be staying here for only three nights at the rate of $59.40 per night for full hook-ups. We got set-up and settled in for the night.