Day 4: (yesterday) Traveling from La Mauricie National Park to Mactaquac Provincial Park
My driving endurance is getting better, I'm ok between 3-4 hours before rest stop.
One of my GPS broke but I have 2 others for backup. The iPhone 5 does everything, GPS, Camera, Phone, Internet and etc...I have it mounted on the windshield conveniently so I could see it and it could see me, I could touch it to take pictures or to video log my journey lol talking to a machine
Pictures from my iPhone library, also I take pics for the GPS info, for example rest stops in the highway or a scenery shot, just in case I want to go back there
Press map and it will go to google map
It was funny to see a neighbor in my campsite that has an A122. They where very friendly and helpful, my pop-up broke and they helped me temporary fixed it with duck tape they provided.
My neighbor a 2010-A122
Site is small but cozy. I lost an hour because of the time zone change and I was able to set up the screen room in the dusk with no problem.
So far my A128S is working great. Towing it is so easy, it is front heavy close to 400 lbs, that is over my TV max tongue limit of 350 lbs, the hitch looks ok, no bending or twisting.
I'm using my fridge like a freezer, it gets cold to -3c, all my frozen food from home is still frozen
I got an ice maker and making a lot of ice to put in a cooler box for my drinks and food.
This set up works great for collecting grey water, when it is full, cover it and dump it to the closest washroom
Since I am solo, I have 2 layers of cushions on the front bed, it is very comfy and I don't have to use my air mattress.
With all the comforts my rig provides, my journey is looking good....17 nights to go!