Cabin Fever . . .

Jan and I headed out to breakfast at Bob Evans this morning about 10:30. It was either that, or take her down with a tranquilizer dart. And Mister too.

Both of them are getting severe cabin fever stuck here in this EconoLodge motel room. As far as me, I have my laptop, my Kindle, and my phone, so I’m fine.

But our breakfast was good. In fact we’ve never had a bad meal at Bob Evans, even when Nick steals my cappuccino.

About the time Jan was bouncing off the walls again, Nick called a little after 2, and we all headed over to Mishawaka for some shopping, finally ending up at Golden Corral for dinner about 5pm.

This is our third visit there and every one has been great. We’re going to miss it when we leave the area.

On the Landon front, he has his own version of the shish kabob. His is made from marshmallows and strawberries. Actually it looks pretty good.



Chris sent over a better photo of his new Yamaha 1900 bike. He and a bunch of other retired firefighters are planning a trip out west later this year, and he’s really looking forward to it.

Yamaha 1900


Tomorrow morning we’ll have the continental breakfast here at the motel, then I’ll head down to Coach Supply around 8amto see how things are going to work out with our windshield gasket. I’m also going to call American Coach down in Decatur, IN to confirm that they do have a gasket in stock and how much it is.

I want something decided by 11 or so, in case we need a gasket from American Coach. Either way, I’m afraid we’re probably looking at another night here in Cabin Fever hell.


Thought for the Day:

I’d rather be a failure at something I love than a success at something I hate. – George Burns



4 Responses

  1. So sorry you are cooped up there…not so fun in hot country either…am assuming the weather may be less than fun to take a long walk in!! Hope the coach is done right and soon!! Nice of Nick to entertain you some too…I do enjoy the interchanges between you two. Hope Mister survives this all too.

    Well, my hubby is getting worse, so I think we are soon headed to see a surgeon. Yesterday we drove to see some of his kin, who have already had back surgery and one of them had found one of the best docs in the area and was most pleased…so we shall see how this plays out. He simply cannot keep living on so much pain meds…very dangerous too. Ain’t life fun…the getting old and falling to pieces part??

  2. There’s nothing better than sleeping in your own bed. Hope it works out well today and you don’t have to stay another night.

  3. sorry for your cabin fever, look at the good side your together and have the rest of the time to ride the roads together……………I know when we used to truck and got home my ex would say I need to go guess when you get used to the road it’s hard to stop…………… I’m a home body……………haha take care and happy trails once you get going happy 4th early………..

  4. Elizabeth,

    Sorry to hear about your husband. Hope his back gets better.

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