Ashland House Inn & Conference Center
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Now that I have no where to be there is no reason to make 500 miles a day. We decided to pull off about half way to Iowa. Having driven in rain for an hour it looks like it is coming back. We have stayed in this park some 20 years ago, but it looks like there are many improvements. As we pull into our site it starts to rain. It is always fun setting up in the rain. As the day turns to night the rain gets heavy and I am thankful we ...
We awoke for a quick breakfast and the return drive to Ft. Lauderdale. Finding lunch in time was tricky, and somehow there was a sense of urgency getting to the airport on time, even though we had planned it out and left in plenty of time. Made it to the airport, and safely home, though.
Home again, home again, jiggety ...
Time is getting close for our travels to Italy - leaving September 5th. We are excited; our adventures will include: Rome, Naples, Sorrento, Pompeii, Tuscany area (including Florence and Pisa), Venice, Milan and the Italian and Swiss Alps. We are looking forward to meeting up with our friends from England (Phyllis and Michale Mott) in Florence. Plane and ...
... I was encouraged by the fact that it made the trip from Omaha to Morton without a hitch. I track down local British car guru, Bill, a rather low profile mechanical genius (did I mention eccentric?) and get him lined up with a laundry list of items to address. I order an air conditioning kit from a company that makes one specifically for my year and model MG that is supposed to be a bolt-on, 8-hour job. Sounds like a piece of cake, if you know what you're doing. I ...
... back in Morton the search for a GT continued. Eventually we located one on Craigslist in Omaha. After extensive discussions with the owner, Bobbi and I drove over to Omaha, bought the car, and drove it back to Morton. The 430 mile trip back was completely without incident, the car performed flawlessly (yay!). So now we are the proud custodians of a Pale Primrose (MG-speak for light yellow) 1973 MGB GT, which we have nicknamed ...