Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Tuesday May 4, 2010-Red Roof Inn, Elkhart IN

At least Cassie isn't stressed out by everything that is going on with the trailer and having to stay in this motel room.

Today we had made plans to meet with our friends JD & CJ for breakfast at a place called The Golden Egg Pancake House. We had a great meal and while there, they got a call from Heartland telling them that their trailer was ready to be picked up. When we finished our meal, they went to get their trailer and I called Howard and made arrangements to meet with him and Linda at Mor Ride where their trailer was in for their installation.

We, along with Howard and Linda, met one of the salesmen named Ben, who showed us the advantages of using their independent suspension system on our trailer. We decided to go ahead and have this installed later in the week. Ben needs to check his schedule to make sure he can get us in and will call back with a time and date for our installation. We had a very nice visit with Howard and Linda and when their lunch arrived (furnished to customers by Mor Ride) we left.

We went over to the Shipshewana flea market which opened today for the first time this season. We shopped for a couple of hours and came back to the motel. I spoke with Jim from Heartland and learned that our trailer will be ready for pick up tomorrow. We later spoke with Ben and he has us set up for an appointment at his shop on Thursday morning, so although we'll have busy days for the next couple of days, juggling the trailer between Heartland and Mor Ride, we'll have everything installed and ready to go by Friday evening. We'll see how this works out...

We came back to the motel room and hung out the rest of the night. This is important because I got to see my television shows tonight. I do have my priorities!

So long.

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