Some pix and happs of the past few days.
This is about as close as I will ever get the wife to a roller coaster. The steel roller coaster (blue) at Cedar Point in Sandusky, OH. has the 2nd longest drop (400feet) in the world. Teri starts shaking when she gets on the 3rd step of the fifth wheeler. But, it was a gorgeous day for a bike ride of 10 miles along Lake Erie.
Looks like this little 6 week old feller came over to console me. Must have been a blog reader knowing I was suffering from a massive case of pet withdrawal. And yes, he got a 1/2 cup of milk which will now tilt the grocery budget.
Lead me not into temptation, I have no problem on my own. I am so grateful neither of us are diabetic. Toft's Dairy ice cream----that was a SMALL--4 scoops, 2 different flavors, $3. And sharing is overrated,so we didn't.
Alex, I will take "Repair Work That RV Wives Rate Unsatisfactory" for $200.Another great RV invention--a plastic crank handle for a mast that has to torque up an antenna that weighs about 20 pounds. Acceptable solution pending, functional solution in place.
We are in search of a 12-step program.
Here we sit, nestled in our shady slice of heaven amongst 70 acres of campground in Conneaut, Ohio, about 2 miles from the south shore of Lake Erie. We are hunkered down here as the final onslaught of Summer campers march in for Labor Day weekend. Here's praying the remnants of Isaac spoils someone else's weekend.
Day 145, the journey continues.