Nearly finished with our first crack at “full-time” RVing — heading back to Chicago. We stopped a couple of times; Once in Baraboo Wisconsin (Ho-Chunk Casino parking lot) and also Delavan’s Walmart. Then we decided to add a stop in East Peoria, IL: Liz’s nieces, Grace and Caroline Kokkin were running in the Division II Illinois
Our last destination on the road was Minneapolis, where my extended family resides. We stayed in a nice campground in a distant suburb. Which causes me to wonder… Why are there no RV Parks nearby ANY city? My father, urban-planner extraordinaire ‘splained me part of the reason: RVer’s are well known to be undesirable sorts!?
Our next stop was to see Leon, the Amish A/C guy. Leon was absolutely all that his reputation lead us to expect. His shop was very modern. Yet, no power. Batteries only for LED Shop Lites. When testing stuff in RVs, he starts a generator to power the RV. Reading up on the logic of
From Niagara, we move on…heading towards Shipshewana Indiana and an appointment with our favorite Amish Air RV Air Conditioner Specialist. Actually, probably the ONLY Amish Air Conditioner guy. Trying not to drive too many hours each day, we saw a potential stopping point: Erie, PA. Arriving in Erie, we found a campground (Sarah’s Campground, to
We have REALLY seen some stuff on this trip. “Home” is starting to mean “wherever we are…” Following on to the Baseball Hall of Fame, we headed west — destination Niagara Falls. YIKES!!! I guess there is good and bad everywhere. The RV place we stayed was on Grand Island – very near the Falls.