This week was an exercise in being a bit out of our comfort zone. We were very grateful that Jason let us use his Miata while the truck was in the shop. I gotta say, though, I was NOT built to get in and out of a car that small! :) It is a fun car to drive, though!!
And because the Miata is so low to the ground, we had to park it up by the campground office at the entrance to the park. Our campground has several speed bumps throughout the park and the Miata is just too low to go over them with scraping the bottom of the car. That meant that we had to walk back and forth from our site to the car whenever we wanted to go anywhere. Now, that was not a bad thing, really, 'cause we got some exercise. We were also given the use of our neighbor's golf cart if we didn't want to walk, and that was very nice. We did use it a couple of times.
It is wonderful to have family and friends to lean on when you hit a rough patch in life. And we have some of the best family and friends anyone could ask for!
The week was pretty much routine. We hung out at the RV, had lunch out a couple of times, did the laundry, played with Reagan, and had a cookout with Barry & Penny.
Oh, yeah - we got the truck back! Yes, the bill was pretty steep, but the dealership is going to try to recoup some of the cost from Ford for us. Apparently, there's a Customer Loyalty Program or something that allows dealerships to go to Ford to do this. We'll see what happens. I thought it was pretty cool that they were going to try. Seems like good customer service is still alive in some businesses!
Our weekend looks to be pretty quiet. It's "Christmas in July" here at the park, so many sites are decorated and there's a covered dish Christmas dinner this evening that we'll be attending. But, other than that and church tomorrow, nothing's on the calendar. And that's a good thing.
Hope you all are enjoying your weekend. Until the next time . . .