We were up early again this morning to take the trailer in for what we hope is the last time. The only thing we had to get done today was the running light problem, so we didn't expect it to take very long. We dropped the trailer off and went for breakfast, this morning at the Cock-A-Doodle restaurant that we have been to a few times before. We had a good hearty breakfast and went back to the dealership to check on the trailer.
The young technician that was working on it was having trouble figuring out where the line break. He had determined that someone had drilled a hole into the frame of the trailer and nicked one of the electric wires that ran to the running lights. He finally went for help and said that our truck was wired different than their shop truck. I gladly moved our truck into place in front of the trailer so that he could run down the problem. He finally found the problem but said he would have to take the bottom of the trailer loose again to make the repair. That didn't make me very happy but if it gets fixed, thats all that matters. He finally got everything done about 2 o'clock and we went back to the park. We were set back up in less than an hour, including the porch being set up. We had felt that as long as we were moving the trailer as often as we were, it was unnecessary to set it up.
Our friends Jim and Linda came over and we made plans to meet them at the Texas Roadhouse for a farewell dinner. We had a fine time with them and will miss them when they're gone. We came on back home and sat outside for awhile until the skeeters ran us back in. It had been a long day and we were glad it was finally over.