Our last days at Nellis AFB in Las Vegas were filled with exercising, walks with Bear, continuing our downsizing tasks in preparation for the switch from the Tour to Unity.
We did manage to spend a wonderful evening at Caesar's with guest artist in residence, Shania Twain. Her show was such a thrill as she sang all of her standards. Yes, she is "still the one." The finale was "I Feel Like A Woman" with a full music ensemble, fabulous wardrobe and great scenery.
We left Nellis for San Marcos, California, on Monday morning.
Roger is leaving the Tour for the last time at San Marcos.
The combination of the Tour and Terrain have been great!
Holland RV did a great job of welcoming us to our new home. Roger, Bear and I are standing in front of the Unity.
This Leisure Travel Van is 24.7 feet long. It has a Mercedes Diesel engine. Though we bought it in California, we had to pick it up in Yuma, Arizona. Holland RV drivers drove it to Yuma and we followed in our car.
San Diego traffic is among the worst that I have ever seen. We are following the Unity.
Hooray, we take delivery of the Unity and head off to Tucson. At this point we cannot tow a vehicle until we have driven 1,000 miles. I followed in the Terrain.
The inside of the Unity is quite snug. I like to think cozy! We are still in the process of arranging household items for the best fit.
The twin beds make into a very large bed. We selected this model of the Unity for the additional storage, both inside and outside the coach. The bedroom television is behind the cabinet on the left.
Bathroom (the shower is across the hall)
The kitchen with the microwave/convection oven that sits on the refrigerator is across from the sink and cooktop.
Both driver and passenger chair swivel around to watch the television in the kitchen.
As you can imagine we have been busy settling into our new Unity. We have lots to do while we are in the Tucson area in preparation for our final year on the road full time. Thank you so much for your interest in our travels. We appreciate your desire to be a part of our lives.