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... they were at least quiet and respectful while the younger kids enjoyed it. Whew!
All in all, John did seven programs today and he was a total rock star...an exhausted with absolutely no energy left rock star, but a rock star nonetheless. We finished the day back at the YMCA, where he proceeded to make around 50 balloon animals for the Kids Club there. Wow...this town DEFINITELY knows a circus is coming!
We're all moved into the Super 8 Motel in Peru for the week...it took three trips from the rental car to get everything inside that we'll need for our time here, but after unpacking and taking much needed showers, we feel like we've joined the land of the living again.
No thanks to Enterprise Rent-a-Car wasting our time and attempting to charge us a higher price than we were quoted...the amount they tried to charge on our ...
Well, the news wasn't good. Because of the extreme hot weather we were driving into, we blew our transmission. The Idris is dead in the water. We've spent the last two nights sleeping in the RV outside of the service center and have a rental car and hotel room set up through next Wednesday. We're heading into a holiday weekend, so the fix is going to take longer because of it.
We came to an arrangement with our gracious employers, whose ...
... the park, go to their beautiful, huge swimming pool, or play mini golf. Nice, level concrete pull-thru site facing the lake, but we couldn't have a full hookup or 50 amp service in a pull-thru site that was long enough for us. Good 30 amp service though!
Sunset Lakes Resort is a park we'd like to come back to!
... turning, uphill for about half an hour.
As we were walking on the road a tour bus drove past and stopped. A guide stuck his head out of the window and
asked us if we were planning a trek and when we said yes, he told us the trail
was impassable. We decided to see for
ourselves. After about 100 metres in the
path hugging the cliff disappeared and we could actually see rocks still
falling from above. Lauren persuaded me
to turn back, which ...