Travel Blogs from Mendota
... afternoon ending with a delicious steak dinner cooked by Bill accompanied by corn on the cob we brought with us from Jarrettsville. It was difficult to say goodbye since our chances to get together are few.
Since I didn't have many pictures from today's travels, I put on a few of inside our home on wheels.
... from H.H. came to KOA. It was one after another campers, buses, RVs and trailers pulling into the camp. Eventually it filled up and large buses were parking on the road to the campground!
Because of the exponential amounts of boring riding time, I have started writing a new book. I hope and plan to continue it until it is finished. For once I actually have a good storyline. ...
We toured the Hegler Carus Mansion, a Second Empire style home of Edward Hegeler, businessman and publisher.
The mansion was designed by noted architect, W.W. Boyington and the interior was done by August Fiedler, who designed a unique parquet floor and hand-painted ceiling for each public
Although the mansion has seven levels and 57 rooms with a total of ...
... there is no cable at this campground and we get only three channels through the antennae, all three are religious stations. Praise The Lord and send in your money...
So for now, we have taken Fox on more walks, started playing Cribbage again, actually used the fire ring, and had a couple extra naps, which are always welcomed, and watched some DVDs and old VHS.
After work on Friday, we drove back to Mendota (where we broke down a couple of weeks ago) to join up with the show for the weekend. As always, it was everything we needed...
- Late night pizza run with Steve, Shelby, Radar, Elisa, and Pete to a local pizza place in downtown Mendota. We all ordered "dough nuggets", which turned out to be cheesy bread, but still delicious!
- Saturday was busy:
John met with Steve and Ryan for a good ...
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