In Uriah, that is! When we pulled up to the bus this morning, our hearts were full of gratefulness. There is truly no place like home, and I hadn’t realized how much Uriah felt like home until we were “on-the-road-away-from-him” for a week. Wow!
This morning, Joseph and John left the hotel at 6:45 to make it to the shop and unload the truck before we came. We left at 7:30, and as we neared Ocala, we found out that the shop was waiting on a final part (for those technically minded, it was the transmission fill tube) to arrive via UPS. Thus ensued an interesting time as we tried to flag down a UPS driver, who ended up not having the package, and then we found a UPS distribution center. Anyway, I’ll spare you the story. Good news? We ended up getting the package. Bad news? It was the wrong part. They sent the dipstick and not the fill tube. They were able to temporarily get the old fill tube to work (we will replace it once we get home), so a little after noon, we took the bus on a test drive. We were so grateful that it drove well. It now shifts so smooth we can hardly tell it is shifting.
We were excited to be on our way again! We are stopped at an RV park near Lake City, Florida. It was a short night last night, and we are looking forward to getting caught up on rest and being refreshed for the final conference in Savannah this weekend.
“The Lord thy God in the midst of thee is mighty; he will save, he will rejoice over thee with joy; he will rest in his love, he will joy over thee with singing.” (Zephaniah 3:17)