It was a darkened stormy night at the RV Heritage Museum in Elkhart, IN.

20130625-194758.jpg Thinking ou friends were outside rocking the trailer to scare me, I looked out yje window and saw them all standing in front of John Culp’s trailer.


Turned out, it Was a thunderstorm with severe winds rocking the trailer! We took shelter in the museum, had a nice supper and viewed the trailers. It was great fun…


Morning dawned overcast with threatening skies. Kim and I, Sandy and Helen, Nd Mike and Courtney went to breakfast, the headed to Mike’s shop to (hopefully) fix a leaky door in the Spartan. Brian and Matt were already there having their generator repaired. Thanks to Mike Greene’s generosity, we’re all back on the road again!

We all took I-80 from Mike’s place to Geneva IL, which turned out to be a very good decision. We arrived with no stress, while everybody who took Rt. 30 arrived late, hot, and a bit frustrated! The great pot-luck supper smoothed over any still ruffled feathers, we’re all ready for another day of travel tomorrow through Iowa.


PS, forgive the typo’s, I’m using our IPad, and unaccustomed to typing on a touch screen….

  1. Debbie says:

    What a great time! Thanks for sharing. I had no idea that there was such an appreciation for trailers. So glad you had good friends to do this with.

  2. paula says:

    sounds like a very interesting adventure so far.

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