I'm sure you're just dying to find out how it went.
I didn't crash into anything, and even got my first taste of backing up the trailer! Oh boy. When we pulled in to Skagit Farmer's Supply for the propane, there was a large motorhome ahead of us. I pulled in directly behind them, figuring they would just drive away and we could pull in straight away.
But no. Motorhome guy insisted he needed to back up to pull his motorhome out the other direction - which meant pulling up alongside of him, then waiting for him to get out of there before maneuvering our way closer to the propane fill-up area.
Which required backing up.
I actually did much better than expected the first time out, and the propane filling guy was very patient. Heck, he was getting paid to stand there and wait! Michael is very good at directing, though after he said "other way" about five times in a row I lost track of which "other way" he meant. Good thing we get along so well!
While we were waiting, I noticed somebody stopped at the light taking a picture of our trailer with their phone. Then, while I was inside paying for the propane Michael gave a little tour of the trailer to the guy that came up after us to fill a propane tank. I think this attention is something we're going to have to get used to...
Here's the very exciting moment of propane filling ~
Wow. Look at that, will you?!!
And here's the first of our trailer admirers - El Sticko. He was quite impressed with the trailer, and very happy that I didn't run him down.
Now we're ready to really get ready for our first trip. Leaving in six days!