Bremen, IN High 68 Low 49
Jan and Bill invited us to go along on the Newmar Motorhome tour with them. Jim wanted to stay home and rest but I jumped at the chance to get out of the rig for awhile.
No pictures were allowed on the tour. I was curious to see how these motorhomes are put together because our friend, Paul, is thinking very seriously about getting a Dutch Star.
I was disappointed. Our tour guide was really a flake and kept saying how she wanted to do this part but not this and how this should have been done back there and it didn’t get done. Very disjointed without a lot of detail. However, the finished products sure are pretty. They’ve even put a spoiler on the top of the new Essex.
After the tour I fixed hamburger soup for dinner. Jan had never tried it before and I told her if she didn’t like it, that was fine with me. Just give it back and we’d put it in the freezer. The pan came back empty.
This is our spot at Pla-Mor Campground. Our Bungalow does look dinky doesn’t it?
Heading further east and south. Finally sunshine coming through the clouds.
Stopped in Lima, OH at the Ottawa County Park. This is a really great stopover that Jan told us about. The view from the front of our site. I would definitely recommend this campground to anyone traveling through this area. No reservations but there were lots of empty sites when we pulled in.
We were lucky enough to find a gas station not far from the campground and filled up with diesel for $3.55 a gallon. Love it.
After that excitement we had an uneventful drive to Gallipolis, OH fairgrounds.