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- Pets allowed
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... surprised that there weren't many show cars and when we were looking at them the most displayed were the Chevelles. When we got back to the motorhome we were surprised at all the cars that were parked in the side field. You couldn't see them from inside but we had a good view from the campground.
Tonight was ordering in from a recommended Italian restaurant down the street.
SUNDAY May 17- ...
We didn't care much for the area.. We traveled to Richmond and there were nice restaurants such as Cheesecake Factory, PF Changs, and Ruth Chris steakhouse but.. didn't care for richmond in general. We went for Thanksgiving so most things were closed. That is probably why.. ...
... we bought a 1991 Cummings Diesel Blue Bird School Bus, which we will convert into a family camper motorhome.
WELCOME ABOARD and enjoy the journey.
October 1, 2013 - We have been searching and hunting for a motorhome or bus we could take across country. This past week we have been back and forth with a car dealer who has a bus sitting in his lot. It was advertised on ...
... Kawasaki Suzuki) were "AWESOME"....they even went above & beyond THAT and repaired a saddlebag scuff guard and a cracked marker light lens that the trailer did when it 'jack-knifed' sliding back down off the tow truck last night. I can not praise these guys enough for the excellent service and quick response that they provided, all the while smiling, laughing, joking and keeping my spirits up. I wish we had these ...
... his time in the Shire, he found a love for the game of rugby. Rob was, therefore, in his element for a good few minutes as the pair swapped stories of scrums, drinking aftershave and career-threatening injuries. We also found an old gent who had fond memories of Barry (the seaside town in South Wales, not some random bloke called Barry he met on a tour of the UK). So all in all a very entertaining evening. Saturday morning found us both with a bit of a thick head but in a bid ...