Yes, tomorrow we're traveling again. We've been here in Junction City/Fort Riley, Kansas for three weeks and it's time to move on.
We met Sara for brunch this morning and then she came out to the campground for a few hours. We sat outside and worked on our separate stitching projects. Sara has taught herself to embroider and she is working on squares for a quilt she wants to make. She is a very industrious young woman. :)
While we stitched, poor Randy was prostrate in the basement trying to figure out why our water heater is leaking. It is not easy working on some of the parts of this RV. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to completely fix it, but it's a bit better. We're going to have it looked at while we're at the Escapade in Sedalia. The bigger concern is that the leak may have shorted out the electrical part of the water heater. That's how we found out something was wrong - we had no hot water!
About mid-afternoon, we said our good-byes to Sara. Another hard one. We truly love this girl. She is a sweetheart and a great mate for our Kevin. We'll see her again in October when we come back for a week. Until then, if you think of them, please pray for them as they prepare for Kevin's deployment in the fall.
We'll be rolling out early tomorrow morning - hopefully by 7:00, if not before. We have to be at the fairgrounds by 2pm to get parked, but we want to get there earlier so we're not waiting in a long line. It's just a four hour drive, so we should be there by noon at the latest. Don't know what to expect as we've never been to an Escapade before. Everybody tells us it's good time. We'll find out soon.
Until the next time . . .