Grrrrrrrr.... I tried to learn backing Eggcarto today. I got the turning the steering wheel the opposite way I wanted the trailer to go and got him backed into the imaginary parking spot; but, what comes next? The truck is at an angle and if I tried to straighten the truck out to back straight. . . the trailer kept turning. I just can't pick up the front end of the truck and straighten it out! It was frustrating and then became embarrassing. I became the "spectacle" of the hour by some of the locals - word must have gotten out that someone is driving around the local fairgrounds with a trailer, let's go watch. I would ask each one that came by to watch if they knew how to back a single axle trailer - nope. Oh well, I bet by the time I get home from my trip I'll have a better hang of it.
Am slowly getting ready. There is still about a couple more hours of waxing to do; I checked out the sewer hose today and found a leak - not exactly a thing you want to leak on you at a time of need. I started to remove the RV antifreeze from the plumbing system and couldn't find my water heater anode. Now where did I put that???? How does one lose an anode? I hope to spend a night in Eggcarto before I leave Tuesday - probably the night it's forecast to rain, my luck.
In between sleeping, working, housework, getting Eggcarto ready, there has been yard work to do. The snow/rain we had on Friday the 13th tried to discourage the garden plants, but they stood their ground and have given us a lot of pleasure so far.
Time for dinner. I will post before I leave Tuesday (the 24th) and as soon as I can again that night or the next day.