The Coldwater Inn
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The last things to be done are finally getting done!
Today they have pulled out the big slide on the side of Klyed, layer it down and removed the bottom of it. It was a recall item that we didn't know about. The flooring was wood and they replaced it with metal. ...
... them taken care of. Okay!
That morning, right after we set up, we were called to a hangar for work. YAY!!!!
We pulled in and there are a team of different types of mechanics waiting. Electrical, engine, appliances, etc. We walked through the list with our main mechanic and then let them have at it for three hours. All of the headlights were fixed or replaced, both side cameras were replaced, the stove was ...
... to get it changed out. They sent us to Theron McKinney where he has a complete warehouse filled with furniture to pick from. I have decided that I will only make one posting from each place we are staying for work while in Red Bay. Since wifi is tricky at best, this will be much less frustrating for me. I will post photos of all the work being done from each place to show you what is ...
... man that does all the same work for the same price just around the corner AND that he could get us in right now. He even takes the insurance coverage! YAY! So now we just need to wait for our insurance adjuster to verify the damage and that they will pay McKinney's to do it. Hurry up and wait will be a theme here, it goes along with the "Hotel California" song lyrics that say 'You can check in, but you can never leave'. ...
We will make a quick stop in Lithia Springs, GA, visit friends in Simpsonville, SC and travel on to Habersham- Beaufort, SC. We will finish out the winter there then head north to our camp on Ossipee Lake, NH ...by Mother's Day ...we are missing our children (and grandchildren).
IT HAS BEEN AN INCREDIBLE TRIP! Tho, we agree... there is no place like home! And we have much to be grateful for!