Tuesday, July 23, 2013

The RV Repair Shop Is Boring!

Friday, the folks went to their doctor. Saturday, Scout and I visited our vet. Yesterday, the motor home went in for maintenance.  We left our campground before 7 a.m. and were at the RV shop before they opened.  Dad checked the motor home in and we headed out for breakfast.  We picked up breakfast at Burger King and then went to the park to eat it.  Mama packed us some peanut butter for a snack.

Scout found sand at the park.
I found this!  Do you see it?


Yep, a bunny!
After breakfast, we stopped back by the RV repair place because Dad wanted to ask the repairmen some questions.  After a while, Dad told us it was going to be a while.  He said he wanted to wait at the shop.  We went with Mama to the bank.  We then headed out to the cemetery to where Mama's Dad is buried.  Grand Dad died 26 years ago, but Mama still likes to visit from time to time.  We didn't get out of the car because she didn't want us marking any stones.


This is the church that Mama attended as a child and where she married Dad.  The church was built in 1863.
Grand Dad is buried in the cemetery at the church.  As you can imagine, there are very old stones in the cemetery.  Mama lived just a mile from the church on a gravel road.  The road is now paved.  Her grade school is located directly behind the church.  She has so many memories from this place.
The is the view from the church.  The area is a farming community.
On our way back to the RV shop, we drove past our old house.  The new owners have made improvements to it.  Scout and I sniffed the air as we drove by.

After we arrived back at the RV shop, they told us we could come inside.  It was in the 90's yesterday and too hot for us outside.  They had a huge fan that we laid in front of until lunch time.  We went to Jimmy John's and then to another park. We were back at the shop at 1:30 p.m.  We stayed there until 3:30 p.m.   It was a long day, but at least we were able to stay cool by the fan. The repairs on our motor home were much less than we budgeted, so that is good.

We drove to another campground here and that is our last stop in Missouri.  The water pressure is really low here and it took over a half hour for Dad to fill up the motor home.  We do not have full hook ups here, so we have to conserve our water usage.  Mama can't do laundry.

Today, Mama had a yearly test done.  We are now finish with all of that stuff.  Mama says she doesn't like this type of vacation.  It has been so busy and she is tired.

Oh, do you know what today is?  It is my GOTCHA DAY!   That's right folks....two years ago today, I moved in with this "crazy family".  BOL

Joey,
The Greyhound Who Can't Believe How Different His Life Is Now Compared To His Life At The Track
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