I went and had coffee with the guys this morning as usual. They are much different from the Rayford guys but it's a guy thing to get together in the morning for coffee I guess. I came on back home and gathered Stella up and we went back out to hand out more fliers this morning. It was kind of a disappointing time with many of the people that I talked to not being able to make a decision of whether or not they were coming or not, but I'll get through it.
We were in the area of south Donna when we got to a stopping point and both Stella and I were hungry so we went to Gonzales Burgers again. Surprisingly, we didn't have to wait to order and there were plenty of open seats, so we've found the better time to come here. Two burgers with a fry/onion ring combination for less than $20 that filled us up so that we didn't want another meal today was a good deal.
We made a couple more stops along the way home and began getting ready to go to the Link Family and Red Head Express concert at the Tropic Star RV Resort. Man, this place is HUGE!! They have 700 RV sites and 200 park model sites. The park seems to be pretty full, and the big meeting room has plenty of room for large crowds. Its a good thing because there were probably 4-500 people here tonight. Neither of the groups disappointed us although we have heard everything that the Link Family did tonight. We will see them again on Feb. 3rd when they will perform at Bentsen Palms. Ted and Donna will be in that day so we'll celebrate their arrival with the Link family.