Today was a pretty slow day here at the rally. There was no breakfast planned, as this is expected to be the first day of heavy arrivals and I was assigned to do parking of units. I had gotten a golf cart the night before, so I went outside about 8 o'clock and began by driving around to see who was up and about this morning. I soon found my working partner for the morning, Wisconsin Chapter Leader Tom W. We worked out what we were going to do but were soon asked to help move the service group's carts over to their trailer. It took us about 30 minutes to take care of that chore, and it wasn't very long until we were beginning to park new arrivals. I think we got 8 done before our relief arrived and we were off "work" for the day.
One of the new arrivals were our friends Dan and Karen. I have been following their progress to Gillette on Karen's blog and it was good to see our friends again. We had spent a week at their place in Michigan last summer when we were on our tour of the state.
We were all hungry when I was released, so we decided to go to the KFC that is nearby for lunch. After lunch, we returned home to relax. Later in the afternoon Karen came down to visit with her little dog Herbie. While they were here, Howard came by to give us our weight results. Thankfully we are within our specs and the only place that there was a problem is on the left side of the trailer that was heavy. of course that is the side with two slides, the appliances and the food pantry, so there's not much we can do about it. I was very glad to see the weights are in line. Now if we can just get our own weights in line...just sayin'