Culver Cove Resort
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... giving up but we manned up, shook it off and jumped in as quickly as possible. Once we were zipped up all was ok, we will for sure need to work on our sleeping positions but overall pretty successful!
We kept hearing twigs snapping so knew there were animals near by - at one point I looked out and a deer was pretty close so that was really cool! We also heard some coyotes in the distance - it was pretty fun listening to everything around us.
We headed in ...
... If only we would have known you'd have some funny pics of us now!
Later we went to Dunhams which is similar to ***** sporting goods but a little nicer prices. We bought our fishing rods and a few others things so he was a happy boy!
On the way home we stopped at the Y as they have a nice circular route for walking/running. We ran around that - it was about 4pm but it was still so hot! We headed back after and jumped in the pool for a bit then went with Steve to ...
... at 6:10 AM.
At 10, we toured the Motor home (RV) assembly plant. Newmar RV construction begins by placing a floor on the chassis. The chassis wheels are placed on air pallets, so that when work is completed at one station workers slide the RV to the next station. Any debris from the work at the station is swept into cut-out sections in the floor and drops to a conveyor which moves the trash to ...
... Any time your on the road you have to look out for those hazards. Especially if your lower to the ground like we are. Anyway it turned out to be a very wet day and nice ride.
We spent our second day heading on down to Illinois. We stopped in Hobart, IN to ride another Rails to Trails called Prairie Duneland Trail. We rode 15 miles through lush, green lands and had lunch at a cute place called Tate's.
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