There is rain in Maine before departing for New Hampshire, and Gary is not looking forward to preparing for departure in the rain. Luckily, it was only drizzling rain when I walked Fannie this morning. However, Fannie is more than damp from the drizzling rain from our walk. Apparently, Fannie has Buddy’s logic when taking a walk – a zigzag path through every puddle of water and mud. After our walk, Fannie was a wet and muddy and smelly mess. With no time to bathe a mutt on a travel day, I left Fannie outside even though it is raining. Currently, she is lying under the RV lying in a puddle as she watches over our home on wheels and protects her pack. Despite the drizzling rain, I think Fannie is just glad to be outside. I did not step outside to snap a picture of our dirty but happy mutt, but I should have.
As I mentioned earlier, Gary is not looking forward to preparing for our departure in the rain, but today is a travel day and we are heading back to New Hampshire. But we are not returning to Pine Acres RV Resort in Raymond, New Hampshire.
Instead we are leaving Saco, Maine, and headed to Northwood, New Hampshire. With a distance of only fifty-two miles, our tenth travel day will be our shortest travel day yet.
We’ve looked again at our “Top 10 List of Sights to See in the Granite State”, but we haven’t made sight-seeing plans yet. However, our temporary address in Northwood is only thirty miles from Concord and Manchester.
At this point, we are just hoping for drier surroundings in New Hampshire.
I’ll see you next time at the campground.