Dry in the camper, we decided there wasn’t much else to do. We can make it to the Adirondacks today. On wet roads especially, I began to notice the front of the truck is a “little light”. The weight of our tramper settles down onto the back, known as tongue weight and this raises the front end. Dramatic cornering or braking will be avoided.
We drove 250 miles today. We sat in a McDonalds, of all places, trying to use WiFi. Frustration. Next, we drove to Buttermilk Falls and made our lunch, walked around and felt ready to DRIVE.
Evening and hunger sent us off on a side road where we blocked our light from going out our windows. (Stealth Camping) The nearest driveway had a sign warning trespassers of 24 hr video surveillance. Weird. Good thing we weren’t poaching. Jane and I assembled a lovely pizza with fresh tomatoes and peppers from a roadside stand and feasted once again.
Pizza sounds fantastic!
I wondered if high/low tire pressure in the tramper would effect the light front end.