We woke this morning and went down to the common area here at the hotel and had our continental breakfast. They have a decent selection of cereals, muffins, and make-your-own waffles and its a great way to start the day. And best of all, its free if you're staying here.
We'd rather be back in our trailer of course, but we're wondering if that's going to happen. The damage to the trailer was worse than we had all expected, so we spent most of today negotiating with Rob Reid, owner of Great Lakes RV/RV Capitol to buy a new trailer. This is actually harder than buying a truck, and it took a week of looking and negotiating to buy the Dodge. I hope it doesn't take that long to buy another trailer.
We went back to La Hacienda this evening for a quick meal tonight. I am glad we found this place because its almost like being back in Houston with the quality of their Mexican food. We really enjoyed ourselves and apparently the word is getting out because the place was packed tonight.
This is going to be a short entry today. We hope our friends along the east coast have some good luck with hurricane Irene. We remember well the days of preparing for a hurricane and are very glad its not us this time.