We were up and ready to go at 8:45 when Mac, Lynette, Nolan and Donna got to the RV Park. We all loaded in Mac’s truck and headed East to the
Rio Grande Valley RV Show. Mark, Mac, and Nolan were anxious to get there. We saw lots of trailers and 5th Wheels there…some
were big and elegant and had
built in hair dryers as Donna found in this bathroom cabinet. Others had
big windows with a great view. While others
were small and cozy and just right for a weekend get away.
There were only a couple of
motor homes, but…I wasn’t interested…I still like mine!
And, in addition to the motor homes and trailers, there were lots of
park models. These are small homes that will fit in many of the RV parks in this area. They are really nice for those folks that don’t want to own a RV. They
are quite roomy inside…some even have
an upstairs sleeping loft.
There were also
ATV’s for two and/or
four. Man, would our grandson, Andrew, really like this one!
Then, there were all the vendors who offered everything from something to eat and drink, to those who offered
a prize for spinning the wheel.
Soon, we needed a
break and to regroup before heading to
Arturo’s for lunch. When we arrived we found
our table was all set. All we needed now was
12 more friends and we were ready for a party. It was great to see
Jesse and Ginger and
Kathy and Chuck…with Nolan in between. Kathy is really busy telling Donna a great story.
Ed and Marilyn were really concentrating on Chuck’s story at the other end of the table.
And, we were able to re-acquaint ourselves with
Roger and Barb who are experimenting with full-timing. Good luck you guys.
After a good lunch and lots of visiting and laughing and catching up, it was time for everyone to go their separate ways for today. I am sure this crowd will get together again real soon.
A couple of stops at some local flea markets took up the rest of our afternoon, and then it was time to get back to our own homes which brought this adventure to a close.