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We are still here in Blaine and spent yesterday shopping for food and for a few other trailer necessities. Purchasing the trailer is one cost, but all the add ons and what you need to travel adds up quickly! There are a few bugs so we will have to go South and stop in at the RV dealer to have them fixed and then we will head home. Still haven't routed a map home yet- maybe we are destined to hang in Minnesota for awhile? Head to some lakes and then go home? ...
Gary woke up feeling himself on Saturday morning at the RV lot. YAY! He was ready to be oriented and so I took advice and videoed with my IPad. Unfortunately, I don't know how to video and so got very little recorded. I've used the video before so I am not sure what I messed up this time but now we have to rely on memory. Our memories aren't what they used to be cause when we tried to unhitch at my bro in law's house, we had an issue and we couldn't quite remember ...
... on whether I thought it was annoying or a good idea.
While the instructions were going on he kept making funny remarks, so I decided to go out on a limb and try talking to him. We started and I found out that he was from Tel Aviv and had moved to California many years ago and had run a business. The business failed seven months ago so he moved to Minnesota to be with his daughter, and was now on his way back to Tel Aviv to visit his aunt. I never found out his ...
... s probably the cause of the flashing." He explains how floaters are caused by the "vitreous gel" in the middle of the eye kind of gumming up and pulling away from back wall of the eye. When the gel rubs on or tugs the retina, you get flashing lights.
"What causes the floaters?" I ask, wanting an underlying reason for this sudden disruption in my life.
"Middle age. It should go away by itself in a few weeks. Call me if it doesn't." He hands me a flyer appropriately ...
Having descended into Cody, Wyoming, we found accommodation hard to come by or extortionate. Turns out we had arrived in Wyoming in the middle of the Sturgis Motorbike Rally, one of the largest motorbike Rally's in the world. The stretch of road between Yellowstone, and Sturgis, South Dakota, is hugely popular because of the spectacular scenery, long straights and mountain passes.
Having found no room at the inn in Cody we continued East into ...
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