The temperature this morning when we aroused was 33 degrees and then while eating breakfast it began to snow some large flakes widely scattered. We loaded up and headed out and the widely scattered flakes became snow flurries and soon became a heavy wet snow fall. On the Interstate it was soon uncomfortable with all vehicles using good sense keeping about a 100 yard spacing and all at an even 45 mph. In the area of Springfield, IL it was the worse with heavy wet snow and deep slush on the roadway and the temperature dropped to 32.
I was truly thankful that I wasn't pulling a large box with an extra two sets of wheels with a swivel in between the truck and trailer. This new single unit was a no white knuckle drive. As we continued westward it began to wane and lighten. By the time we crossed the Mississippi it was still snowing lightly and the roadway was a bit clearer with little slush. By the time we crossed I-70 at Kingdom City the snow was all gone and it was dry pavement and clear sailing to the Martin Manor where the temp was a balmy 38.
Okay, I promised pictures. Here is our new camper parked at the Martin Manor RV park. I have already posted pictures of the inside.
rooms out ready to camp
rooms in ready to travel
I like the large rear window for when we back up to a nice lake somewhere