Our two week sojourn at Soledad TTN is over, and this morning we packed the rig and truck to travel further north. We have a new 32” TV and mount, new registration for our truck replacing what was lost in the mail, and some new friends in the TTN system. The winds died down over-night, so preparing to leave was not as big a hassle as it could have been. I have learned to be more defensive in my driving.
We will spend the next two days in Visalia (Elks) and Hanford (sister). My sisters and I must figure out how to handle our mineral interests in Oklahoma to our best advantage. I think connecting with a good attorney will be most important. If we get the ducks in a row, it becomes a matter of letting the fates decide.
On Sunday we drive to Yosemite Lakes TTN park at Hardin Flat, 18 miles east of Groveland. I will be able to get satellite TV, and TTN supposedly has some kind of WiFi Internet connection, but we may be without phone and unlimited Internet access. If someone needs to contact us, they should use email. We will be there for about two weeks before heading toward the Sacramento area where there are somewhat more civilized facilities. But the chance to see Yosemite will be good.
Take care, and those of you in travel mode, watch out for the unintended consequences of whatever.