We finally got out of the RV service center around 5:00 this evening. We will have to return in 7 to 10 days for the remainder of the work to be finished. Parts for the back-up monitor and the winterizing valve are now on order. We are hoping that the leak in the slide out has finally been fixed. We are expecting lots of rain in a few days, so I'm sure we'll be finding out about that!
I was tired driving home. We didn't hook the car up to the RV since it was only about 25 miles, so I just followed Bruce as he drove the Tour. I needed a boost, so I put my CD of Queen in the dash and cranked up the volume. I enjoyed "Another One Bites the Dust", "Bohemian Rhapsody", "We Are the Champions", and "We Will Rock You". That woke me up.
They have a nice waiting room at the Uhlmann RV dealership with comfortable chairs and a nice TV to watch. Plus, free popcorn is fixed every day for the customers. I spent some time looking over the Road Atlas. I'm always thinking about new places to go.
the Bayfield Bunch wrote a great post about dealing with the many problems one can have living the RV lifestyle. According to Al, the problems are worth enduring in order to enjoy this lifestyle, and I agree with him totally. It's worth every cotton picking minute of it !!!!!
Until next time.....so long for now!