Today I said “good-bye” to Jane, and I did so reluctantly. It was wonderful to spend a week with her, and I will be forever grateful for her joining me on the second leg of the trip.
After I dropped her off at the Albany, New York, airport, I had to attend to the RV. The coach batteries had not been charging properly the last few days, which meant that we could only stay at campgrounds with electric hookups.
I ended up at Albany RV, and was taken care of immediately. I felt so fortunate since I’d read such horror stories of people on the road waiting for days, or even weeks, for service. The initial diagnosis was that the two coach batteries were bad, which didn’t make much sense since Van City RV had just checked them out one week earlier. The technicians were sure, however, and promised to honor the warranty. I was ok with two new batteries and told them to go ahead.
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