When we got back to Atlanta, we had a few days to recover in our Airbnb which was amazing.
We decided to do one fun thing in Atlanta, and I picked the Georgia Aquarium. Just so everyone knows, the Georgia Aquarium, is A LOT different from the Atlanta Aquarium.
We drove for 45 minutes north in traffic and rain to the Atlanta aquarium to find out it was a small pet store! I looked at the tickets and we had to drive 30 minutes south to the Georgia Aquarium. Ugghhh. Ben is really good at laughing things off… It took me a little longer as it was my mistake.
It was PACKED! For a Saturday night. It was a few company parties and we actually ran into an old roommate that lived for a brief time in Austin. I am glad we went and would only go again if it was less crowded.
What’s Going On With The RV?
This question has been on our mind for about a month now. The RV place we went to was great on the phone of
While we were away, we kept calling to get quotes and didn’t get much response. This wasn’t a good sign! We finally got a response but a lot of the quotes didn’t make sense… Trying to get answers was few and far between. Yikes!
After returning, we were surprised that the rearview camera was working, and the door shut much better. The monitor light was still broken, and the jacks would have taken longer than we would have liked. Overall it was a good deal. We had it stored in covered parking, and had a few things fixed.
We drove off the lot and headed toward Florida. We stopped in Savannah and stayed at a wonderful park called Creek fire. It was seriously one of the nicest places we have ever stayed. If I could design a home, it would look like this one. #dreamhouse
However, after parking, our airbags would release
So! We are going to have to do something ourselves! I actually enjoy fixing things as frustrating as it is at the moment. We ordered a new touchpad and got the release airbags working again, and found a fuse was blown for one of the jacks. Long story short, we got everything working again!
So as cheap as the autoshop was for some repairs and storage, we left with some more major problems. Oh well. They say it isn’t an RV trip unless something breaks!