Quality Inn & Suites - Madison
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Yesterday was a fairly busy day. Once again there were seminars and shopping going on. We have spent some money this week getting some things we "just couldn't live without!" And yesterday morning they all showed up about the same time. First we had some covers made for the tires. Yes we had some we had purchased from Camping World which fit over the tires, but it was very difficult to put them on, so we had some made that just ...
... this morning and left it off while we were gone. It was off for about 3 hours and the temp in the refrigerator rose to 46 degrees. When we checked the gas level, we have used about 1/4 of a tank. So it seems we are using about 1/2 gallon/hour which is what the generator info stated. Just to be on the safe side, we bought a five gallon gas can and 5 gallons of gas to add to the tank. Bob will probably do that again tomorrow and Saturday.
Today the ...
... directed to the Holding Area. Upon arrival there, we were parked and we got out and started to set up our "home". Before we got too far, we were informed that this would not be where we were going to be for the week. So we put everything back and waited for about 45 minutes before we were parked in our permanent place. We are parked in a small field next to the parking lot for some tennis courts. There are RVs parked on ...
... our hotel, and we happened to get upgraded to this two bedroom, two bath mini apartment! It's a shame that we are only in this hotel for a night but at least we will get to enjoy some space for a little bit.
More driving tomorrow -- thanks for keeping up with the blog, I know I have been inconsistent lately with blogging! I will try to update daily for the rest of the trip (crazy to think that we get to New York on Saturday!!)
Thanks for reading,
Paige and Karin
... one of 4 that John Deere have in Waterloo, and is about 20 hectares under one roof - the second largest covered area in the US! Only the Boeing factory has a bigger covered space. They employ 7,000 staff and turn out thousands of tractors a year - they wouldn't tell us the exact number. The tour was very well conducted - and so it should be when 38,000 people do it each year - it was very professional and we saw ...