Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Saturday March 28, 2015-Coffee Creek RV Park

We woke to another cool morning today but the weather guessers predicted that the temps would rise as the day went on, and sure enough, they were right! I was able to wear my short pants this morning without discomfort but of course, I just went to the rally hall for breakfast.

We had our big potluck breakfast this morning and it went very well. We had biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs, bacon and sausage, and everything was delicious. It was a great way to start the day!

Later in the morning, we drove over to the Oak Creek RV Resort as a possible replacement for the Coffee Creek park. Coffee Creek has been taken over by a bank since the owners apparently defaulted on their loan. The park is open and being operated by the original people, but under the circumstances, who knows what will happen in the future. Nancy and I talked about it and felt it best to explore other options. Oak Creek looked really good, so she went ahead and booked the spring rally for next year.

We came on back home to hang out with our friends until supper time which was scheduled to be a barbecue dinner provided by Explore USA. When Dave and Nancy went to pick up the barbecue, they learned that no one had ordered nor paid for the meal, so they had to scramble around and pay for the order. They will have to contact Explore to get this straightened out.

Remember the other day when we went to the Crazy Water store in Mineral Wells with Tom and Marti? I seem to have forgotten to mention that we went to the Gibson's Discount store in Weatherford. There are only two such stores left, the one in Kerrville and this one. Both stores are very similar, with an eclectic and huge assortment of items for sale. If you like an old-style hardware store, check out either of these stores.

Back to the present. After supper we played dominoes and hung out with our friends. Tomorrow is the last official day of the rally but we, along with several others will be staying until Monday.

So long.

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