Today I was at Camping World for over five hours while they installed the Hott Rod water heater conversion kit, serviced the furnace and filled the propane tank. I had a nice conversation with a man from Cibolo (near San Antonio) who was there due to a refrigerator recall. He is an avid photographer and loves to travel with his wife in their huge motorhome, so we had a lot to talk about. He is a retired military crime-scene photographer.
On the way to the Canyon Trail RV Resort, I stopped at the Hanes store in the nearby outlet center.
Tonight we didn’t have our usual potluck dinner, so several of us brought sandwiches and such to the clubroom to eat together. Others went out to eat. Our big dinner will be tomorrow night.
We had four visitors this time: Sibyl White of Wimberley, James Smith of Austin (neighbor to Val and me), Don Stewart (full-timer from Michigan) and Matt Bennett, Betty Bennett’s grandson. We were very happy to have them. Sibyl and James have decided to join us – always welcome news.
Today I had lunch with Betty Bennett and her grandson, Matt Bennett, at Wendy’s at the outlet center. We had a nice visit. Matt is an intelligent and courteous young man.
At our business meeting this afternoon, the 2011 officers were installed and the Camper of the Year (Marilyn Childers) was announced. She did an excellent job of coordinating our two silent auctions this year. Cheers for Marilyn!
Tonight we had our big Christmas potluck dinner, which was a wonderful feast.
Today those of us who did not go shopping ate lunch together in the club room. Tonight we had leftovers from last night and STILL had plenty of food left. We all took some home.
Tonight I unhooked from the water and sewer so all I’ll have to do in the morning is unhook from electricity. I plan to leave by 8:00 a.m. so as to arrive at church in time to find a place big enough for Daisy to park. I don’t want to miss the Christmas program.
During the night another cold front blew in. I had been in bed only a few minutes when my rig started rocking. I knew the front had arrived. It wasn’t bad, though.