Everything in its place...
Our first day without rain at Audubon Point and guess what. It is time to move on...
We drove just 26 miles from Memphis over to Tunica to meet up with John and Bridget. We camped out at Sam's Town RV Park. We had a great weekend. What fun to have friends to meet up with along the way.
Mark and John checked out the outside TV on the motor home, watching football. We cooked out before John and Bridget went to see Rodney Carrington. Mark and I just walked up to the casino and hung out around the penny slots for a while.
Yesterday before packing up to leave, the four of us walked up to the breakfast buffet. All I can say is I am glad we walked because that meant we had to walk back. And, I needed that return walk after the breakfast Mark and John ate.
We said our good byes and planned for another time when we could get together. Well, we were off to head to Red Bay, Alabama for a stay at the Allegro Campground, better known as Camp Red Bay.
We arrived in Red Bay early afternoon. We checked in to the RV Park and received our packet of instructions to be completed in preparation for service. We also found out that in addition to the ones that were already here, 40 rigs had checked in today for service. Oh, what fun this is going to be. Jim and Ellie have been here 2 weeks and still aren't finished. I guess we will see.
We walked down to let Jim and Ellie know we were here to find out that she had prepared dinner for the four of us. It was yum, Mark's favorite...pot roast, potatoes, carrots, salad, and strawberry shortcake. Thanks Ellie!!
Well, with a full tummy, we headed back to the motor home to complete our service report which had to be turned in by 8 p.m. I think we ended up with 25 or so issues. Thank goodness most of them are minor fixes.
It is now Monday morning and we were up early as things at Camp Red Bay get started by 7 a.m. We will have to wait until the service tech comes to our site to discuss all of concerns and then they will start to schedule us to get into the different service bays. In other words, it is hurry up and wait. In addition to getting the wrong things right, we also want to get an additional awning and a couple of max air vents installed. That process is separate from the repair work and is scheduled for after hours. All I can say is that this is a busy place with all the coming and going of motor homes and service techs and golf carts. I am glad I have several projects to keep me busy during this waiting process, but Mark might be a different story as his patience has a little to be desired. Stay posted on how that plays out.