We take off in September with Marie and Karl along with us. Karl has claimed the over-cab bunk as his permanent bedroom. A quick detour to the airport in White Plains, New York and Jody Nichols is now onboard with us also. Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campground is our destination and the ride down I-95 to get there is long but enjoyable. The Sprinter based motorhome is getting about 17 miles per gallon which is awesome. We take a side trip to Atlanta and drop off Jody and visit her house near the airport before continuing southward. In the backwoods of Georgia we meander through the farms and small towns to visit several factories that make enclosed car hauler trailers which we are considering. Marie even jumps out along the way to pick some cotton right out of the field. We spend a week in Disney and then find the Motorhome’s new winter headquarters. It is Park, Bark and Fly, a long term parking facility right near the Orlando Airport and they’ll pick us up and drop us off at the terminal for no charge. We wave goodbye to the RV and reluctantly fly back to New England to face the winter.