Billy had just made the comment that the roads were really narrow and the turns were tight....add the mud factor.....and well, this is were the 'horrible' part comes into play. Billy was making a really tight turn, when a young man charged out of his trailer waving his arms. We stopped and Billy jumped out and ran to the back of the trailer. It seems our tail end had caught the street light. Yeah, it was not good!
This is a photo of the damage done to the side of our rig.
This is damage to the very back cap, under the rig
Parking that evening was awful.....rain and cold and mud! Remember we have a disabled landing leg so Billy was having to use a jack and jack stand for one side of the rig. We finally got stabalized and in out of the rain. I was not feeling well at all and ended up going to bed early. Next thing I know, somewhere around 4am....one of the dogs is up....I had a mess to clean up. One of the furballs had gotten sick.....see it just keeps getting better and better....LOL!
Next morning, we decided to move to a new location. The one we were in was just surrounded with mud. Some folks had left and I saw that a much better spot had opened up. Unfortunately, upon closer inspection, I found that the electrical box had been fried....no power. Good news.....one of the owners was in the park to check on the light pole damage. He is also an electrician. Not only did he tell us not to worry about the lamp post, but he took care of the electrical problem right then and there! Really nice guy. We couldn''t believe he was not going to charge us for the light pole. Packed up, pulled the slides and headed to our new location. I like it much better here. I'll post some photos if it ever stops raining. We still have one leg propped up with a jack and a jack stand....that makes me a little nervous.....but at least for now we are warm and dry!