What can I say? That’s pretty much all I’ve been doing for the last few days, just working away on the new issue of the Gypsy Journal.
Before I got started yesterday we spent some time visiting with Stu and Donna McNicol before they left the campground. We’re looking forward to catching up with them again this winter when we’re down in Florida.
While I was working, Miss Terry was busy doing laundry and a bunch of other chores, including trying to figure out where the leak in our bedroom came from. We’re not real level in this site, and Terry found a small gap in the bottom corner of our bedroom slide seal that corresponds just about perfectly with where the carpet got soaked inside. It looks like during the heavy rain we had the other night, our position allowed water to channel down the outside of the slide seal and right into that gap. Terry sealed it temporarily, and we’ll see if that takes care of the problem.
Greg and Jan spent the day playing tourist, visiting a model train museum and driving out through the Amish countryside of Lancaster County. They got back to the Thousand Trails about 4:30 in the afternoon, and at 5 we went into nearby Hummelstown for dinner at the Cocoa Dinner. Terry discovered this place, which serves generous portions of comfort food, when we were working the Hershey RV Show a couple of years ago. It was good to get away from the computer for a while.
Back at home, it was back to work again, and by midnight I had more than half of the new issue finished. Hopefully I can get it knocked out soon so we can get out and explore some of the area before we leave a week from today.
On another note, the link for our 7-in-1 e-book, which lists our Free Campground Guide, Fairgrounds RV Camping Gide, Casino Camping Guide, RV Dump Station Guide, RV Parks With WiFi Guide, RV Good Guys Guide, and Favorite Restaurants Guide, has not been working properly. Greg reworked the link and created the ad on the left side column of the blog page. Now you can just click the ad and it will take you to a link to order the e-book online and have it e-mailed directly to you without having to wait for a CD to arrive by snail mail. Thanks for your help, Greg!
Thought for The Day – When the past calls, let it go to voicemail. It has nothing new to say.