Fun, Fun Fun!!

Fun, Fun Fun!!

Wednesday, September 28 - Getting to know the area (Liberty, KS)


I started my day by calling Mitch and Margaret to wish them

happy anniverasry

Before living this full-time life style we would celebrate our anniversary’s together. Some years we would go on vacation together…Others we would spend the day together and go out for a nice dinner. They were fun times and I miss them. I hope you two have a wonderful day!

I made us some berry muffins for breakfast, then started getting busy with the days tasks. Jesse went out to hook up the truck so he could re-level the rig.

I turned the A/C on in the rig. Not use to his humidly, it sucks!

I started some laundry and Jesse staked the awning out. I cleaned up the kitchen and made the bed. Then I started to get dressed.

Once we both were ready we took off in search of lumber for a step and the bank. We drove around the little town and found the bank without any problem and then a lumber yard where Jesse purchased all he needed for the step and they even cut the lumber to the correct size.

Then we stopped at Braum’s for some lunch and ice cream. We had a huge chicken club sandwich with fries and a drink. For dessert I had a hot fudge sundae and Jesse a strawberry sundae.

Ice cream

Then we stopped at Walmart which is about 5 minutes from the campground, it is about a year old and very nice.

We returned home and Jesse built the platform step. He put it together in no time at all it’s 3 1/2 x 5 1/2


Then he put the screen on the back window to block the sun.

He found that the car didn’t have any transmission fluid, so we purchased some while we were out. After I chatted with Jackie last night Tony had given him something to try, but it didn’t work.

Tomorrow we look for a repair shop.

We received an email that said we are to have orientation on Sunday from 8:30 to 5:00.  Seems like a long day for orientation, but I guess we will see.

Here are some pictures of the park


This is what they call grass



In the words of the Dray’s


1 comment:

Lynda Soady said...

Welcome to the midwest! I'm sure the platform will come in handy in case it rains - or snow maybe? Believe it or not we have a guy in our park whose parents had a tree farm in KS so there are trees there somewhere! Enjoy Brahms - but not too much. BTW - Happy Belated Anniversary.