Sunday, August 16, 2015

Red Bay, AL

We saw some interesting sights along the way to Red Bay like this long convoy of perhaps fifteen vehicles, all proudly displaying the confederate flag and obviously traveling together. What was it all about? I haven't a clue.
But we made it here! It was a long trip, close to 1,000 miles in three days, but we are officially in line to have service done on our motorhome. We are one of many, unfortunately, so while we have turned in a very long list of  service items and upgrades, we will have to see what we can have done here. We found out that they will not do remodeling, so we'll have to get some of the work done elsewhere.

It's pretty neat seeing so many Tiffins all together in one big campground. We pay $20 a night for full hookups and close proximity to the service bays. Not too bad a price, although there are few luxuries here. No pool, no trees for shade, and no grass. It's supposed to rain all next week so none of that will be missed.

Bob and I celebrated our arrival by going out to eat at a local steakhouse. I had one of the best burgers I've ever had. Great onion rings, too.  Bob had a po' boy with fish that he enjoyed. Our waiter was a local high school math teacher and he and Bob commiserated over the tough jobs that teachers have. I guess teachers have it hard everywhere, and unfortunately get little respect for the job they do.

Tomorrow we will have a meeting with a service person who will give us an idea when we can expect work to start. I hope it won't be too long.

Note to family: we are in Central Time Zone here if you call!

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