We will be leaving here on Sunday morning, headed to Duncan’s Campground in Lothian, MD just outside of Washington, D.C. Weather has prevented us from getting out on the bike for the last couple of days, each afternoon a storm has come through with very strong winds. Luckily the winds didn’t damage anything here in the campground – but it sure did make a lot of noise!Greg came down with a summer cold on Tuesday evening, seems to be getting a little better now. Good thing we got our sightseeing done earlier in the week. It was better that he stay home and rest for a couple of days. While he’s been napping I’ve been doing some miscellaneous things around the house. I cooked chicken and rice yesterday so we could have some really good chicken/rice/cheese enchiladas and margaritas for supper this evening.
Another couple that had been to the rally in Syracuse pulled into the campground this evening. That got me to thinking about the comments we heard from people who were looking at the new RVs at the rally. Those RVs are “dressed to impress” and it seems so many people don’t look beyond that to what the RV would look like once it was “lived in”. We’ve made several changes to our RV that have made it more “ours”. It still looks very nice, but it’s not “dressed to impress” it is a comfortable home for us.So, I decided that when we’ve not been out sightseeing I might fill in with some pictures and descriptions of things we’ve done to the RV. Today though, I’m sending this picture so my kids can be assured that The Cookie Jar is still intact.