Still pouring, and the site was out of level six inches from side-to-side. Lots of jockeying because our levelers will only bring it up four inches. By the time we gave it up and went inside, we were soaked--coats, hats, gloves, jeans, socks, and shoes. During the night, it switched to freezing rain. We neglected to put our awning in, and it was coated. One benefit--an ice-coated awning doesn't flap in the wind. Anyway, some strenuous work with the broom--poking it on the underside--rendered it ice free enough to roll up. The photo shows part of what we knocked off.
Next issue: the doors on the truck were frozen closed. We dug into our bag of tricks for the hair dryer and eventually got that taken care of. Also--the locks on the outside compartments were frozen, the steps partially frozen, ice coated the sides of the slides, and the power cord was in a sheath of ice. The good news? It wasn't raining--freezing or otherwise.
We planned the Bella Vista stop to meet friends for supper. We are at a city campground with nice level sites and full hook ups. Set up was a breeze. But we no sooner got done than it started to rain. Our friends called--they live ten or so miles away on a very winding road and they were getting--you guessed it--freezing rain. Supper plans were canceled.
Tomorrow we will head to Dallas. They have rain forecast for the next three days. I thought the saying went "Into each life, a little rain must fall."