I stopped for a walk in Columbus, Wisconsin at a park where the building has been in use since it was built.
In Columbus it seemed there was not COVID to worry about. I saw no face masks at the coffee shop I stopped at.
Is this a boat trailer for a pontoon???
Back at the trailer I walked around it to inspect, and found that the gussets on some of the windows are failing. This constant vigilance and repair is the life of a camping trailer owner.
The side windows slide open. When I have them open the mosquitos get in. I found there is a gap between the screen and between the two sheets of glass. I will have to stuff them with something if I ever want to have the windows open in a mosquito infested area... like northern Wisconsin.
I had bought a four-pack of Champaign to celebrate our July birthdays. We went for a long walk and then sat by the lake and drank and had supper.
In the morning we had coffee inside Audrey's porch looking out over the peaceful lake. It made me want to live on a lake.
I had gotten a text from my sister saying she was looking forward to a masked hug!
I drove straight to her house before going to the campground.
I got a HUG!!!! It had been since mid-March! Yay!
So much more to tell you, but I am taking a class on line for selling my books on Amazon. It is an advertising class. It takes several hours of computer and on-line time a day, plus visiting and enjoying my time here.
So more pictures and info will come later. I just wanted to let you know I arrived safe and YES! I got a hug.