We arrived back in Virginia Beach on Friday about noon. We drove about four hours from an overnight stop in Selma NC at RVacation. We called ahead and found out they had propane so we got our tank filled before we checked in and drove over to the campsite.
About the same time we pulled up we noticed a strong odor and thought it might be a gas leak somewhere. Not to be taken lightly, we checked the stove and the propane tank connections. The detector was not reacting but we were still uncomfortable with leaving things the way the were without getting someone to check it out.
Fortunately, Terry from Atlantic Coast "Onsite" RV Repair and Service was at the campground. We called him and he was over at our campsite in a few minutes. We had all the windows open and the gas line to the three burner stove exposed. Terry had his sensitive handheld detector and he slowly moved it all around the stove. No leak.
We got off I-95 near Emporia and drove through Suffolk en route to the base and our campground. We got a site on the older section of the campground up against the sand dunes. We thought a tree next to the pad might pose a problem for our satellite dish but it wasn't.
Another semi-annual visit to my rheumatologist and that's done for a while. Eat better, exercise more and we should be in good shape for a while.
Now to finish up the Christmas shopping and enjoy family and that little grandson over the next few days.
Hope you have a wonderful holiday!
Thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles.