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... in Plymouth at Joel and Lynn's around 2:30pm (same place we were at a few weeks ago when we went blueberry picking). All the families that were around had arranged to stay over at Joel and Lynn's Friday night ready for the Indiana Dunes on Saturday.
We were there a little early so did a bit of fishing with Peter...I managed to catch a big bass however the hook got him in the face so not really a proper catch. Everyone started to arrive and Joel and Lynn cooked ...
... in. It was a pretty hot day so jumping in felt very refreshing.
Once we all dried off, we headed back to Lynns for dinner. She and Joel had cooked chicken, corn on the cob, salad and watermelon and it was so good. Obviously for desert she made a blueberry pie with all of those blueberries we all picked.
I think that was about it....a pretty busy day but super fun and always great to spend time with family.
See all the pics below!!
Christa and Darren xxx
... and at 7:26 you can see the work in the building we toured. Some of the most interesting to me.
- Seeing the workers slide the RV to the next station (at 7:47 in the video link below)
- One worker using inserting a single-pane 8’ X 4’ front windshield into the RV’s front. The windshield was held by only 4 giant suction cups attached to straps and dangling from ...
Moved to the Elk County fairgrounds. The tech came here to repair the scratch that came from the factory on the front cap. He got here just as we were leaving and the scratch was gone when we got back.
Mike and Nena were our travel guides for the day and we went out to lunch and supper walked along the beach front in Saint James, Michigan. It is amazing when you meet someone and it feels ...
Not a lot of fun here!! It rained and their lot was muddy. We will need to do some serious cleaning at the next stop. We were here three days mostly waiting on parts. After they had all the parts they needed we found two of the doors to be bad. One the joint came apart and the other it had rubbed. We volunteered to go over to the factory and pick them up as their was nothing else to do. We spent some time watching them build units. They roll out 11 per day ...