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... 100.00 cash). Finally on the road at 10:25. GPS directed us down US 41........lovely 2 lane highway. Gas at Grayville, IL......on 92.89 visa. On our way to Nashville we saw the haulers for # 5 and # 15. Got to Nashvillle KOA shorrtlly after 5:00. The thing we bought to start the Colorado ...
... 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 ...
... 4 weeks and will stop at many of the National Parks in Colorado, Utah and California. We have a pretty ambitious itinerary, and may not get to all of it, but I am sure that we will see a lot and do a lot.
We started our adventure yesterday with a fish fry for the family at our house so that we could see everyone before we left. My sister, Christine, cooked Lake Erie Perch for all of us. The weather was beautiful, so it was a great day. Plus ...
... 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.
... While laid up in Topeka I walked to Home Depot and got some JB Weld and made a stronger repair on my clutch lever. It broke before I got out of the parking lot . . . . No worries a little Gorilla tape put the clutch back in business.
I drove 350 miles before stopping for the night. I was now in striking distance of home . . . Just another 350 ...