Wondering about wild grapes

Friday, December 2, 2011

Wondering, where can I park my Jeep?

I only have 12 acres here, but I would think that would be enough room to park my Jeep.  Well, since it IS a Jeep, it can be parked anywhere, although my wife said I was leaving ruts in the yard and what is left of the grass.  Now don’t get me wrong, I am really not complaining, just trying to think up subject for today’s blog (grin).  My Class-C motor home is now taking up the spot where my Jeep usually parks:
I needed to park both units in that area in order to be able to reach the power pole and get them plugged in to shore power. I will gladly live with this little inconvenience just to have that blue and grey monster parked at my place (grin).

I promised to show you a better picture of the awning damage, so here it is:

And while I am at it, here is a picture of the driver’s side of the unit:
OK, I promise, no more pictures of my new toy.  Now I got to get back to work.  You all have a great day now, you hear?  It is Friday, you know.


  1. She sounds like my (most) wive(s).

  2. Great looking rig Sir. Now you need to do a video of outside walk around and an inside tour. Post it up on your U Tube site so we can all ohh and awww over it. :-)
    Shoot , park that jeep out by the road with a for-sale sign on it.

    And when you gotta take to other RV in for the trade in?

  3. Lou, my wife and I have been together since High School. In two or three years we will have been married for half a century. . . Dang, hard to believe.

    Ben, don't want to sell the jeep, that is what I pull behind my motor-home. As far as getting the old one back down to the sale lot, I didn't give them any special date.

  4. That's a great looking rig DD, I love those Dutch Star's it is the only one I would get if I was shopping. When is your first trip.

  5. What? Your new motor home doesn't have a garage for the Jeep? Almost looks big enough.

  6. I think that both of them are pretty! Heck, you could live in the new one and use the house for storage!

    So when is the first road trip?

  7. It is absolutely beautiful! How can u stand not to be in it. I would be out there working in it. Yeah, when's your trip, and where you going?

  8. Riverhauler, Glad to hear that you like them. I don’t know, I promised a company that I would design a new product for them and they wanted three of them fabricated by the end of the year. I don’t even know if I can it done by then, but will work every hour I can, weekends included. Don’t know where he will find a fabricator to do it for him this year.

    Sixbears, I swear that it looks like some of the storage compartments are big enough (grin). You know, this thing has a washer/dryer so I don’t have to worry about running out of clean underwear. . .

    HJ, the trouble is my biggest telescope will not fit, unless I put it in the living area and I don’t think that would go over very good with the misses, since it is sitting in our living room in our house right now.

    Trouble, Got to take care of business first. First trip out will be to get oil and filters changed in the main engine and generator.

  9. Wow, what a toy! I was in one something like that ( a bus type RV) a few years ago at an RV show. Cost more than my house...and was nicer than my house. You know how it travel in style my friend!

  10. Ain't going back woods in that puppy !
    Best hang on to the "C" just so's ya'll can get away from the tourists once in a while....

  11. Jill, this does have everything if not more than my house does. Even has a washer/dryer and an in motion tracking satelite dish for the TV's. Now, if I can find the time to enjoy it.

    Spud, that is what the jeep is for. But I guess I could tow the Class-C behind the newer one (grin). I do like to get back in the woods.

  12. I just swing a little differently. We have a class c only 22 ft. Drive it back in the woods far as it will go, then pack in the tent camp a bit further...
    We do like our privacy lol

    Have fun with that new rig.