(We Added A New Stop To Our Link)
Oct 29, 2020
Temperature 88 Degrees, Humidity 75%
Second Time Is The Charm
Lights Fixed – Oh What A Bill!
Time For Annual Maintenance – Coach Care Cummins Power South
Back to the doctor for Ms Barbara. But first . . .
since we had a later appointment we decided to stop again for breakfast at one of our favorite bagel shops.
They say its all about the water and who am I to disagree.
All items are are made in house. So you know they are fresh.
They make a delicious Everythig Bagel. It is loaded and oh so tasty.
My Lady enjoying her Black Russian Bagel.
Breakfast over it was on to the doctor. This time the doctor was in and all went well. Well, in the sense that the test was performed and now we wait for the results.
Back home we went.
Time now to finish putting things away so we could roll out in the early afternoon. We were leaving everything behind so there was not much packing up to do. Around two in the afternoon we were ready. So it was slides in and jacks up. Away we went.
This was our first stop. This is the shop that installed the hitch on Little Graybeard for my bike rack. When I was there the last time I struck up a conversation with them and explained what was happening with the lights on the car when I was towing it. They simply said, When you’re ready bring it in and we’ll get it straightened out.
Today was the day to bring it in. Within minutes John discovered that this connector was wired wrong as well . . .
as the connector on the other end. In no more than fifteen minutes both were replaced, lights were checked and we were ready to go. Now, as to the bill they presented me with . . . a whopping forty dollars! Money well spent.
On to our next stop.
This is Cummins Power South. Tomorrow morning they’ll do the annual maintenance on Elvira.
Tonight they extended us an invitation to be their guest at one of the RV sites in the back.
This is our home for tonight. Though there are a number of other rigs here, some plugged in, we are the only ones in residence.
Only one question remained, what to do for supper?
This was the closest so we figured we would give it a try.
The restaurant was filled with all kinds of neat signs. Unfortunately, these two were the only ones I was able to upload to this blog.
Ms Barbara had a very tasty salad.
I had chicken wings plus. Unfortunately, they were nothing to write home about.
That was the total of our day on The Road of Retirement. It was a full day for both of us. Full, but not rushed or hurried. Our kind of day. We should be out of here and back at Paradise by around noon tomorrow. Tll then, time for some shut eye since we’ll have another early morning tomorrow.
Thanks for stopping by today. We always appreciate your company as well as your comments and suggestions. Keep safe, keep healthy, enjoy the days that God gives you.
These are the voyages of Elvira and her two intrepid travelers. Our continuing mission: to explore as many new states as possible, to seek out new acquaintances and make new friends, to boldly go where we have never been before.
See you on down the road!