This morning we awoke early at Camp All Wheel in order to meet the service technician who was to work on our coach. Corey was assigned to us and took care of our list of service items with quick dispatch. New wipers, fuel filter, lube and general check-up of all systems as it will be some time before we return to our favorite service center for the motorhome.
We did a run to Trader Joe's and then we had lunch at a favorite mexican restaurant. Nicolet Glass did a quick fix on one of our windows and then was kind enough to sell us the adhesive they used, just in case any of our other windows developed a problem. They provided great service and their willingness to sell us supplies is part of the great service.
After the errands, we headed over to Linda & Jerry's house. We had hoped to spend a few days with them, but physician and dental appointments took precendence. Jerry grilled the salmon we purchased at Costco and Linda prepared the side dishes. Next, Jerry taught me how to make an awesome Ceasar Salad. All of this was followed by a decadant chocolate cake with raspberry sauce. We'll have to eat lightly for the next several days to offset this culinary treat.
While we met these very nice people less than 2 months ago, we have immediately connected and consider them wonderful new friends. The motorhome was set up in their driveway with water and electric hookups. The have a lovely home they are restoring and then hoping to return to full time travel in their 5th wheel Montana when the house sells.
I think it would be hard for them to give up Jerry's woodworking equipment and Linda's huge quilting room, but they disagree. We hope the house sells soon and we'll see them more often out on the road.
Rains are forecast for our travel tomorrow to Quincy.