Last night we got a welcome surprise. Some girls came driving down the street in a golf cart announcing "The power is on". We promptly started the AC to cool things off, and I went out and turned on the water (with the power on, the pump was working). So we only had to boon-dock for a few hours, not the two days we were told it might be. With it as warm as it was, the trailer was above 80, and I kept asking Cindy if she wanted to start the generator, but she declined. It did cool off a lot last night.
Today has been a lot cooler and it should be good for sleeping tonight.
We drove to Jackson to look at a quilt store. Only they had quit having material. They did have a lot of quilts hanging. We then went to see the Cascade Falls, but found out after we got there that they are man made and are only turned on at 8:00 at night. I guess they put on a light show and charge admission. We don't feel like going at night, so I guess we will miss it. On the way back from the Falls, we saw this sign.
We were a lot earlier than I thought we would be, so I called Nick and told him we would drive to Ann Arbor. He met us and he picked out a German themed restaurant. It was in a fairly new building, but the sign said the company had been in business since 1928. There was a lot of German decorations and some stained glass.
|Nick is my youngest son (actually my youngest child).|
On the way back to Homer we saw these three, I guess, cranes. They acted like a family and one was a little shorter, but they were quite tall.
Tomorrow we probably will do a little more sight seeing, but haven't made a definite plans. I know we have it rough, but somebody has to do it. LOL
Thanks for visiting.