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... her purring along. This is pretty much an all day affair where we are homeless, have to go out to eat etc. Yeah yeah it's a rough life. After dinner at church we are back and in our chairs with our feet up. Now if the step controller is delivered tomorrow and solves the last problem, we are ready to head for Colorado on the 27th. Another adventure ...
Today I tackle the step problem and figure out it's the computer control module for the steps. A new one is ordered and the old one removed. The steps are now up until the new board is attached. My constant companion for the last week, Rascal, and I head for the Shreveport airport to pickup Pam. She's been visiting ...
We scheduled a tire rotation and front end alignment and even though I planned ahead and had everything prepared to move early Murphy's Law kicked in. As I'm ready to move the coach the steps refuse to retract. After some electrical trouble shooting they are still a no go. I gave up and drove off and they went up? A couple hours later again not retracting. But now we have completed our tire and alignment ...
... injured in an auto accident. She became an organ donor. Her father, Michael, was at the event and was on the 2010 and 2011 Lone Star Circle of Life Team.
I won't mention all of the honorees but one of particular interest to me was Rich's honoree, Charles Long. He has donated 112 gallons of blood and platelets. His wife was also there and she has donated 50 gallons. He was a very nice man and made ...
... what it was and how to fix it from motorhomes of texas in Nacogodches. We learned that in the future when on a travel day to stop at Walmart parking lot of a Flying J to save on over night cost. After all we have all we need aboard the coach.
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services