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... short day, less than 150 miles, but then the next two days are over 200 miles each day, then we will be back in Texas. Probably will not blog tomorrow night since we will just be driving and not planning on anything exciting happening. The campground at which we will be staying is a repeat for us. We stayed there when we did the second half of our Route 66 trip.
Hope everyone has a great day and if you are out traveling no matter how short or long your trip, be safe. ...
... Marcia and I drove in with Ruth who after dropping me off took Marcia to a local historic society.
After meeting up with Dave I took a walk around the bikes, not a bad collection for their first ever bike show but still mainly Harley's. There were ...
... 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. ...
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 ...
Mendota's fair starts today, but we were not allowed to publicize the circus at the fair, so we stuck to the downtown area again, hoping to catch a few businesses that were closed yesterday. We stopped in a really cool antique shop with a friendly store dog and owners who were more than happy to advertise the show. At a thrift store, we ended up garnering a small audience of people who wanted to hear all about the circus and get free ...