7/19/13 Friday at Wellington, OH (Findley State Park-$27/night)
Another hot day, but we decided to take it easy and check out our Campground. In the morning, just as we were about to leave for the Farmer’s Market, we got talking with the camp hosts. They are thinking of traveling in their RV when they retire in the next few years, so we shared ideas. They wondered if we had enough to do. Oh, yeah. They told us our new neighbors (drove in last night) are from Spokane, so they wondered if we were together. We said no, but we wanted to meet them. Unfortunately, they had to tell our new neighbors that they needed to move today, to another site, because this one is reserved for another starting today. So we scooted over to introduce ourselves before they disappeared in this rather large park. We had the best of times sharing, then, at 11:00 we finally got going to town.
Once there, we found the Middle School (the camp hosts told us where the Farmer’s Market was held), only to see that they are open 5-7 pm. Bummer. While there, we drove around trying to figure out how we’ll leave Tuesday when OH 58 is closed here, the road we need to take. Since it’s a small town, the side streets were not so conducive to a big rig like ours, but we found something that may do. Plus John figured we’d best wait to hook up the car until after that detour, so we finally found a place that would work.
By the time we got back, it was lunch time! Then, I started reading, John working on his spreadsheets. Pretty soon I felt sleepy (siesta time), so I took a nap. I woke up to John watching Bonanza, still working at his spreadsheets. He was playing with the idea of our selling our assets (house, vehicles), then traveling on a cruise ship for a year or two. I don’t see it. THAT could get boring, I think.
Got back to working on the blog posts then. John sauntered down to the lake here, noting when he got back that it’s pretty warm!
After supper we got a call from our Spokane Rvers: time for our wine get together. Since they were not that far away, we walked. We had a great time sharing tales. I’m afraid John and I hogged that end of the conversation. Before you knew it, time to head back home for bedtime.