Doves and Deeres . . .

Well it looks like the doves have come back with the olive branch and the sun is trying to peek through the clouds. It’s actually supposed to be pretty nice until Tuesday. Hopefully things will be able to dry out by them.

After the usual coffee and lunch I headed over once again to the RV/MH Hall of Fame. I’m hoping to finish up tomorrow, or Monday at the latest. But then I’ve said that before.

I got back to the rig about 5:15, and about 15 minutes later, Nick and Terry, and Jan and I headed over to El Maguey for our Mexican fix. Dave and Jean Damon, vendors of Aerospace 303, who are also staying here at the park, followed us over, where we all met up with Al Hesselbart for some great Mexican food.

Brandi, Lowell, and Landon are visiting Lowell’s parents in Oklahoma, and they sent us these photos.

Here’s Landon and his daddy.

Landon and Daddy 

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And Landon with his other Grannie and Papa.

Landon with Grannie and Papa

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And here’s Landon showing off his John Deere cowboy boots.

Landon with his John Deere Boots

Landon with his John Deere Boots2

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And now for another installment of . . .

Things Every RV’er should have:

Today’s topic is Aerospace 303 Protectant. As I mentioned above, our friends at dinner with us tonight, Dave and Jean Damon, are vendors for 303, and they turned me on to this stuff a couple of years ago. It’s been used in the aircraft and marine industry for years, but has only recently become widely known in the RV world.

303 is a UV protectant for any type of canvas, rubber, vinyl, latex, leather, fiberglass, or Neoprene. It is especially good on tires to help prevent the cracking and deterioration that shortens the life of your RV tires.

And applied to your awnings, it will increase their life and water repellency, while greatly reducing the fading.

If you can’t catch up with Dave and Jean at a rally, you can get it here on Amazon for Aerospace 303.

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Thought for the Day:

“If this be Treason, then make the most of it.” – Patrick Henry, May 1765

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