Rustic RV lifestyles for the entered apprentice.
Living in a recreational vehicle is an exciting, albeit primitive lifestyle. Every few weeks you must uncurl your waste water hose and empty your waste water tanks. First you empty the black water tank. Then you empty the grey water tank. Always empty the grey water last so that it rinses out the black water from your hose before you curl it back up and stow it. The worm has turned! You have to learn a great many important things such as this while living the rustic RV lifestyle of the traveling man. Are you a traveling man?
“How to drive your RV for dummies” by Chris Hodapp
This blog about certain technical aspects of recreational vehicles is dedicated to my fellow blogger, recreational vehicle lover, and masonic writer, Mr. Christopher Hodapp of Indianapolis, Indiana. Chris was on his way out to California when he scrunched his rig while trying to squeeze past a truck on a freeway exit ramp that was jammed up due to construction.
FROM THE FRONT PAGE OF FREEMASONS FOR DUMMIES:
“Chris and Alice live in Indianapolis with Sophie the Flying Poodle who has them both answering to basic commands. However, they can frequently be found alarming the populace and dazzling the rustics in their Airstream trailer as they crisscross the country.”
Now the Hodapp family’s RV is really rustic!
On 12-11-2020 Chris posted this photograph of the damage to his Airstream on his blog, Freemasons for Dummies. Mr. Hodapp also informs us in his blog that he is now hard at work on his next book, How to drive your RV for Dummies.
Milking the Masonic Cow
Mr. Hodapp really waxes prolific with the books on masonic related topics. Chris is the author of Freemasons For Dummies, Solomon’s Builders: Freemasons, Founding Fathers and the Secrets of Washington D.C. ; and Deciphering the Lost Symbol. His most recent book, Heritage Endures, was published in January 2018.
I wonder if Chrisopher Hodapp actually makes any money with his books. One thing is for sure, I will never make any money with this blog. The only entity who will ever make any money off of this blog is GoDaddy. GoDaddy will make two hundred dollars a year charging me for c-panel managed WordPress hosting. Unlike Bro. Christopher, making money is not the purpose of my publications.
the worm has turned
The purpose of this blog to get my message out to the public. Today’s message is that the worm has turned. I am no longer living the nomadic RV lifestyle that I was when I was entered as an apprentice. Now I am living in spacious luxury while being catered to with pandemic room service. Now I am milking the masonic cow.