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GOOD MORNING and hugs to everyone. We are in Cleveland, Tennessee. We arrived at our hotel last night around 8:45. What a great trip so far. After a fun early morning with Leonard and Cindy trying to get my luggage into the car we made it to Albertson where we met the tour bus. After all the greetings, pictures taking and the luggage getting stowed away on the bus we left ...
... it really dragged. John convoyed with me and initially we drove behind the Marathon, but they got a flat tire, so the rest of the drive was just the two of us and our route slip. We usually have a 24 hour guy, Alex, drive ahead of the show and he staples arrows to guide us on and off the lots, but he’s one of the many who are being held up by the visa problems, so we all had to pay close attention to the route slips in order to make it to our first stop okay.
We spent one month in the Livingston, TX area. Primarily just taking it easy and doing not much of anything. We touched base with our mail forwarding service (Escapees National Headquarters) and got everything all caught up on. We got some RV maintenance taken care of and from here we will head to Bryan, TX for another month. More to ...
... dashboard that shows you the angle of the tires and some other stuff. I found it very helpful to be able to straighten my wheels back out using the ap. It's very likely I will never hook the camper to my Acura again. The truck is FAR FAR superior to tow with. I can barely even feel the camper back there. The mirrors allow me to see both camper wheels at all times. If you've ever towed a trailer, you'll know immediately why this is ...
... to drive, anyhow! When we returned, they brought up a Camaro (not exactly the model we wanted - an automatic instead of a stick-shift), and with Greg's direction, pulled it onto the tow dolly without a problem! YESS! With that question answered, we started talking to them about the model we wanted - the V-6 Engine, Silver, with the 6-Speed Manual Transmission. They didn't have one, but said they would look into getting one brought in from another ...