With our house on the market, we loaded up the Journey and we headed out,
We set up the Journey in a nice site and opened up all the awnings, to keep the hot sun off its side.
One thing that I wonder about, the main awning is an electric awning, but the little awning over the door has to be opened with a hand crank.
A crank rod fits in a hook and you twist it to open and close the awning. It's really fun when you have to run the awning in because of a heavy rain, all the water dumps right on you. Marti says it does that because it wasn't designed by a woman!
We had several meals with Mike and Terri. We asked them something special and they said yes. Mike and Terri are now Tag's godparents!
We had a lot of fun together with them. It probably will be our last visit with them for a while, they just sold their house and will be heading out on the road shortly.
The KOA was partly full, which is surprising for a holiday weekend. Still, there we many interesting RVs there. One was this travel trailer toy hauler with some neat "toys". We wondered how they fit the toys inside.
Or this RV. Maybe it's a bordello on wheels?
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