Sunday morning we awoke to the same foggy conditions.
I really need to get up earlier and take a picture of the fog.
It usually burns off by about 10 am or so.
This morning's seminars were new to the rallies.
Howard & Linda had classes on basic RV maintenance..
..such as batteries, air conditioning, furnace, water heater..
how to maintain, clean, do repairs, etc.
It was very useful!
After we took a break for lunch, we drove our truck
up to the old Walmart parking lot (where it was level)
to get it weighed.
Wednesday, our departure day, we'll get Harvey weighed.
After the weighing, we took a drive into Franklin to see the town.
We wondered why it is so historic..
so I looked it up..
they are the 'Gem' capital of the world.
It had a cute little downtown,
all decked out for fall..
We realized the whole town shuts down on Sundays..
We both thought their trash cans were cool..
all painted by local artists..
We stopped and bought groceries on the way home.
After putting them away,
we took a walk up to the top of the hill overlooking the RV park.
There are motorhome lots up there for sale.
There are spectacular views!
A bunch of us met for happy hour after our walk.
We've really enjoyed meeting this group of RVrs!
Tomorrow there are a few more seminars in the morning,
then rig walk-throughs in the afternoon.
We weren't sure how that was going to go with TS Karen in the area.
It's raining here now, but it is supposed to clear up by noon tomorrow!