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Cindy's shrimp from the other night.
|Waiting for our table number to get called.|
|The serving line.|
Yesterday we went to the sales pitch at Pilot Knob RV Park. It was supposed to last an hour, but he only took 45 minutes. It sounded like it might be a good deal, but we told him we wanted to wait until Sunday to give him an answer. After talking to some of the people in the campground, we were still undecided. The all said that they had got their monies worth out of it, but they knew that some of the parks this company owned were for sale. The major enticement he offered was member ship in AOR and ROD. They both looked good, but after checking on the internet, I found out that Camper World, we belong to in Utah, can get us AOR, and RPI in addition to Coast to Coast, which we already have. We decided we could live without ROD, so when we talked to the salesman, we told him we had decided to decline. I hope that was a good decision, but we don’t mind boon docking. We did get a meal last night for listening to him. It wasn't bad, but not great.
|Last nights sunset.|
Today we had to meet him to give our decision, and he said he wasn't surprised, but denied the company was in any financial difficulty. Cindy did give him an opportunity to dicker on the price, but he didn't say anything, so we hooked up and came back to the Q Casino. The good part of it all was that we were able to get dumped and all our clothes washing done, along with two days of free camping with hook ups and TV, so it all was good.
After getting set up from our long journey (about 3 ½ miles) I decided it was time to start cleaning the trailer, so I got out my bottle of The Solution (Thanks Rick for the referral of The Solution), and got about ½ of it done before it got too hot. I’m going to try to finish cleaning tomorrow.