Today turned out to be pretty quiet. Jan woke up feeling distinctly under the weather. Not a migraine, but not feeling well at all. So we decided to put our Dayton trip on hold until we get down to the Thousand Trails, and do it from there as a day trip.

So since we were hanging around the rig today I caught up on some maintenance chores and repairs.

About 5 pm Nick and Terry, and I headed for dinner. Jan still didn’t feel like going out, but did want us to bring her something back from McDonald’s.

We decided to head back to C-Town Wings for dinner, and once again it was really good. I got my year’s worth of cholesterol by having the Behemoth BLT, made with 1 pound, yes 16 ounces of bacon. I could feel my arteries slamming shut, but boy was it good.

After dinner we made a quick stop at Menard’s before picking up Jan’s dinner at McDonald’s. Getting back home Jan was feeling a little better and the food helped even more.

Tomorrow we’ll head out between 10 and 11 for the Indian Lakes Thousand Trails about a hundred miles away. Nick and I both want to stop at a Blue Beacon Truck Wash that’s in New Paris, OH, right on our way. It’ll be nice to get all the South Texas Gate Guarding grime off our rig.


Thought for the Day:

"I find it rather easy to portray a businessman. Being bland, rather cruel and incompetent comes naturally to me." — John Cleese



4 Responses

  1. Was curious as to using the truck washes for our motorhome. I was afraid they might use big brushes and scratch the finish> How do they wash it. And what is a usual cost????

  2. I’m not sure why the previous comment I just left made me sign in under the wordpress thing. we are not sure where they other name came from. We are the blog Land Yacht Ahoy.

  3. Mark,

    As it turned out, we ended up not getting our rigs washed.

    My reading on the Blue Beacon website says it’s really a handwash system, not an automatic one.

    They list the cost for a 40 foot coach at $35.00.

  4. Thanks for the info. I will check out that website, never heard of it.

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