Anyway, the daisy chain battery system failed us, just past Genoa, just before a bridge. Wolf couldn't pull over (Italians have never heard of or built a shoulder on a bridge) and so we got separated and I was stuck with two dead batteries.
I think about three hours later, a couple scary coasting maneuvers through a tunnel and across a couple bridges, a tow, and a car battery, we were finally on our way south again! Vilmino and the rest of the crew met us in town and guided us to a couple cold beers, great red wine, and delicious Italian food at The Gas Station. The perfect end to what seemed like earlier, as an endless day.
First glimpse of the Mediterranean Sea
Finally making progress
Finally arrived at the Gas Station
Jimmy Boy was on vacation from work, and drew the short straw to be our tour guide for the couple of days that we were in Tuscany. Thanks again Jimbo, great times!
Crazy steep street, in a town built on a cliffs side.
Hitting the road again, headed for Ancona and then Croatia. Thanks again guys!