I am naming my car as well. I would like to introduce
R. T. I decided to name the car after my father. He was right there with me while I dreamed of the RV life. Anyway, he will keep me and mom, Miss Kitty, in line.
After I went to the doctor, I picked up a friend and we went to the neatest store/museum, Thomas Bros. Country Store. I do not know how anyone finds anything to buy.
It was fun browsing and trying to figure out just what we were looking at. The store is located in Biglerville, PA. I guess you can call it a store.
I also came back to find what looked like a burn hole in my outdoor chair. Of course, no one saw anything.
The good news is that my friend, who had been on the wait list for vacation and had not heard whether he got it until he called a dozen people, did get his vacation and will be flying here on Saturday. My daughter and son-in-law will be bringing him up to my campground in PA from the Baltimore, MD, airport and we will barbeque. On Sunday, we will start our trip to Missouri by driving to Manassas, VA, to see my son race his remote control car. Okay, that is not the most direct route to MO but we have 10 days to get there.
I plan to have lots of pictures of the trip. Unfortunately, I will not have my hitch so I can not take my tow car. My daughter will keep the car until I get back to MD . I have made the appointment to get the hitch installed since I was told that the closest appointment will be 10 days away. Once I get that all squared, Miss Kitty, R.T. and I will be heading to Ohio to see my sister. From there, I have a friend that is working in Chicago, I want her to see Miss Kitty and an on line acquaintance has invited me to a get together (outside Chicago) so we can play with each others spinning wheels. She said that she has 50 amps and a charkha that she was dangling before me. The Charkha was invented by Mahatma Ghandi so that every Indian family could own one and spin the yarn for their own cloth.
See I have already started changing plans in mid stream. I just have to remember that I have to be in Maine the first week of September.