Today is the last day full day for us in our little RV village. I cleaned the windshield and it was still dirty. The outside was covered in a film of dust and the inside full of cat nose smudges. It took me three attempts to make it good enough to not see any streaks. I'll let you in on a little secret. A fine steel wool with some glass cleaner will make your window the cleanest you have ever seen it. Sounds crazy, but a fine steel wool (grade 0000) takes away all the little bugs and even mineral deposits. I picked up this trick of the trade from my time detailing cars at an auto body shop.
Priorities are always put into place when packing comes into play. A clean windshield keeps us from bashing into some moron driving to slow on the highway. Safety first. My next chore on the list is to re-install the kayak racks onto Shirley. She had them stripped off to haul supplies for grandma's house.
Up against the back wall is the rest of our stuff. The kayaks and bikes will go onto Shirley while T-dub needs to get loaded onto the back of Penny. Wait a minute. It's 70 degrees outside and our last day here. I bought this motorcycle for a reason. To ride. We say goodbye to Phoenix in the best way I can think of.