We left Plymouth yesterday afternoon after Bill spent a couple of hours trying to fix another leak – this one coming from the bedroom ceiling fan/air conditioner. It hangs above the bed, and drips down onto the foot of the bed during heavy rain storms. This leak can’t be avoided by pulling in the bedroom slide. So, in the pouring rain yesterday, he was up on the roof with his Duct tape. We didn’t have any more leaking after that, so maybe it’s fixed. We’re now in Kawaunee, which is on the shore of Lake Michigan, about 30 miles NE of Green Bay. Today is sunny, but more rain is due in tonight and tomorrow. The great news is that after this next storm, we are supposed to be warmer (60’s and 70’s) and dryer for at least five consecutive days! Kawaunee is at the base of the Door Peninsula, and the water table is very high. The fire pits in this campground are filled with water, and all the low areas have turned into mini-ponds. We were watching a Milwaukee TV station yesterday, and they were complaining about being 4” short of their normal precipitation. That’s sure not the case everywhere we’ve been!
We’re taking the car into Green Bay in a while, to see the largest railroad museum in the country. I need to see if I can find a fish boil in the area (never been to one before). We may be outta luck, though, since the tourist season here doesn’t start until Memorial Day.
We’ve sure had a lot of crappy weather on this trip, but at least we haven’t had any snow, like Denver has (and is still having)!