Taking Penelope Home

Road Trip

As we have traveled with her, this particular prototype unit of the T@B 400 has taken on the name of Penelope. Today was the last leg of the journey to take Penelope home. We delayed our departure from Wytheville this morning because of freezing fog conditions and as we traveled north into Ohio we saw increasing signs of winter from frost in the trees to remnants of last week’s snow to icy perimeters on the ponds. 

As we drove into Sugarcreek we saw farm fields covered in sheets of ice. We parked Penelope on the grounds at the factory, hooked up the 30 amp connection, turned the ALDE onto max heat, and headed to Dutch Valley for a dinner of Amish meatloaf. 

Back at the trailer we enjoyed our last evening At Home on the Road including a few games of solitaire at the dinette table. It’s been a great two weeks living in this trailer, testing the systems, and evaluating the design. One more sleep then we get to meet with the design team. 




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