Saturday when I left you we were on our way out to dinner with several other couples. What Jesse and I didn’t know was they were going back to Kehdes. Two of the couples received a gift certificate and wanted to use it. Jesse and I said okay and we just ordered different food than last night.
It was a bunch of us so we had to wait a few minutes to be seated. The waitress was very good and entertaining, so it was a good night. Lots of laughter.
On Sunday we took our time getting out of the rig then made our way to the market place. There were many booths set-up with just about anything you could think of. Although we didn’t find anything we couldn’t do without.
We also met up with Jeanie and Allen Webster. We hadn’t seen them since the 1st RV-Dreams Rally in Branson. It was fun getting caught up with them.
We also saw Ken and Cindy Frerick’s and their two puppies. They were just arriving so we only visited with them for a few minutes.
We attended the 1st-timers orientation and opening ceremonies. After there was an ice cream social.
Once we returned to the rig I prepared dinner. Jesse got the grill out and I made sides.
At 6:30 we drove up to pick up John & Bridget, Barb and Bob. Bob wasn’t there, he was still working transporting attendees to the Mathewson Center in the golf cart.
Promptly at 7:00 they started off with door prizes, then the entertainment was Yakov Smirnoff. He was really good and had the whole audience laughing all evening.
Today were up early. We had breakfast in the hospitality room that was given by the Knights of Columbus. You received pancakes, biscuits and gravy, ham, bacon, sausage, hash browns, eggs cooked to order, juice and coffee for $6.00 per person. What a deal! We also had the pleasure of Mark and Dortha as our companions.
After breakfast we were off to a seminar on RVing to Alaska. Since we are making plans to go to Alaska in 2014 we thought it would be informative. We really didn’t learn anything.
Then we made our way back to the market place to walk around some more before returning to the rig for some R&R.
We had leftovers for dinner and then went back to the Mathewson Center for more door prizes and entertainment for the evening. It was George Dyer, he has a act in Branson. He is a tenor and has a really nice voice. His show was pretty good, but last nights was better.
We came home to no electricity in the campground. Hopefully it will come back on soon.
Hope everyone has a good day!