And then being loaded up to the booster for the trip out of earths gravity.
Luckily for us GMC is the only truck manufacturer still producing thanks to the demand for it's Classic Series trucks. Ford and Dodge...bankrupt, but still around due to the fanatic owners recycling of used parts. And of course Outfitter Campers the camper of choice for off-world camping because of it's low weight and center of gravity. I did opt for the Bachman/Turner Overdrive Unit, (BTO, named after 2 rock gods of the 70's) to escape the global funnel cloud left over from President Bushes' failed economic policies. It continually tries to create a vacuum by sucking the life out of all global economies. Hey, escaping gravity is one thing, but getting past the Bush Funnel Cloud isn't rocket science.
Finally past the "Cloud" I decided to go outside for some fresh air and a walk.
Before too long we spotted a Space Station and figured we'd fill up for the rest of the trip. You get more for your money in space, what with the temp of diesel far below that of back home. Even with the tank heaters and all. By the way, RVNET is also now an oil producing company and of course subsidizes all TC expeditions with lower fuel prices as long as you post a trip report.
First off after landing on the moon was stopping at Moonmart for some snacks...Moon Pie!
An old favorite of ours from way back in the day.
Then to wash down the Moon Pie with some beer!
However beer and Moon Pie didn't seem to sit too well. After the toilet fiasco at the Space Station of 2008 it was decided that low-tech was better in some instances.
Feeling better, we've finished watching the HG, Hologram, fire and headed inside to watch some satellite tv. Sure glad to have reserved a campsite here as they fill up fast on the weekend.
With the weekend over it was time to head back to earth, and work. I had to dump the waste tanks before re-entry. Using a macerator before hand everything vapoorized into tiny flecks of ice then burned up on re-entry. Now that's the way to get rid of that cosmic debris, thanks Frank Zappa.
Upon landing many friends greeted us on the tarmac...
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