We landed in Dayton for the mandatory monthly “eyes-on” meeting with Robyn’s nursing supervisor….which occurred in the coach while it was being washed at Yankee Auto Bath!
Drove the coach a block away to an unused parking lot, and Doug spent the next hour putting a coat of wax on the whole thing. Wowser, this new liquid stuff is not wax, it’s a sealer/shine/coating. Nearly zero effort, and no dusty residue. We’ll see.
Spent the evening with Jared, parked out behind The Greene. Robyn and Ann strolled the streets. We ate frozen yogurt and fresh red raspberries. Ahhhh, life is good!
Tried to spend the night at The Greene, but security thought otherwise. Moved to Wal*Mart on Wilmington at 11:30pm. (Today, arranged with chief of security for The Greene to give notice of our arrival in the future, and he’ll get word to staff to let us park there overnight; told you life is good!)
Haircut for Doug today, shopped groceries, and restocked meds. Took off.
26 hours in town.
On the road to Kokomo, on the way to St Ignace, MI.
You know, the town at the other end of the Mackinac Bridge. Yesssss, we’re heading up to the tip of lower Michigan, and crossing over.
Have decided to break our routine and blast up there in 3 days, spend 10 days up there, then spend 10 days getting back by way of the western coast of Michigan.
Today’s drive to Kokomo covered territory we know by heart, and yet it always changes. America the Bountiful is in full song this time of year. The red barns will soon be busting at the seams. And what camera can resist a yellow flower glowing in the fading sun’s golden rays?