|Matt and his cousin Shelby|
|2 of my favorite girls|
Tristyn & Joan
She also got to explore the surrounding area in and around Matt's home even finding time to visit my new grand daughter Tristyn. I'm jealous.
She got to go fishing a couple of times and caught lots of brim and a 7 pound striper. Joan's niece Shelby stopped by and joined in on the fishing expedition. Not to speak poorly about anyone but I'm thinking Shelby could use some direction. I mean here she is is visiting with steadfast Bama fans, while attending Auburn to become a veterinarian, all the time claiming to be a Florida State fan. How mixed up can you get?
|Will & His Grandfather Tommy|
A great big shout out to another of Joan's nephews Will who just graduated from Marine Corps Basic Training at Paris Island. Good Job Will.
While Joan was gone I made several trips back and forth between the campground and RV repair shop as the body work was being completed on our MH. You might remember that I had a small run in with a concrete barrier while driving to Utah a few weeks ago. The actual physical damage requiring part replacement was limited to a door 'skin' and a door hinge for one of the storage bay doors. Also a gasket between the rear cap and body of the MH was torn and had to be replaced. All told, the MH spent 5 days in the shop; I spent 3 nights in the MH at the shop and 1 night in a hotel while it was in the paint booth overnight. In all the shop painted everything below the slides from just behind the entrance door to the rear cap. Almost as much paint as it takes to paint an entire car. Everything looks great and we're glad to have that completed and be back in our home again.
|Is this considered Dry Dock?|
Well, that's it for now. Stay Tuned. More to Come!