Econo Lodge Effingham
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Had simple breakfast.....yogurt and toast with coffee. Walmart was .6 of a mile from the campground....so we went there. Needed a thing that we could use to jump start the colorado...as it was dead.....also a battery charger. Also bought watere, olives, sympathy cards, etc.......267.03 BOW debit ...
... on the campground property - it went out about a mile, then you turn around and come back (no thanks). Or she said we could go up the road to the dam and there was a trail called the General Dacy Trail. I wanted to see the dam anyway, so that sounded good.
We followed the path back to our campsite - the park was mostly filled up with seasonal RVs and there were a lot of families around. So ...
... me with a birthday cake, which was really a surprise since my birthday isn't til the end of the month.
John and Mike lined the motor homes up in our driveway the night before so that we could pack and be ready to go in the morning. They are lined up "buddy" style so that our awnings are together. Some of the campgrounds offer these type of sites, so we are going to try to do this as often as possible, especially if we are staying more than one ...
... to have it repaired? Fortunately, the mechanics were
able to track the parts down in town and repair it all within a couple hours.
The total cost was more than I want to mention, mostly for parts and towing
since the labor charge in this small Midwestern town was very reasonable for
the work of auto mechanics, and I was on my way again. With this unexpected
turn of events it was well after 10:00 at night when I rolled into Louisville.
... on the road and ready to roll.
Once I got past Kansas City the scenery got a bit more interesting. It was a little bit hilly and there were tall trees that were showing the blush of autumn which was very scenic and a welcome change. The trees and also provided some wind block which was nice too. I got settled in and the miles melted ...