We married those girls and moved them to Camp Geiger Trailer Park within weeks of each other. SO a visit with them is always on the list of things to do when we are in this area.
Just a couple years back, Dal and Marian sold their nice home (and his antique tractor collection) to test the RV life. They have opted not to go full-time but are holding on to their RV for winters in Florida.
Dal is a mechanic. He once rebuilt or changed an engine in the parking lot with an adjustable wrench and channel locks.
He has a new project it is an old Massey Ferguson tractor. It will be a hand full, restoring it. He will enjoy it. We spent a lot of time catching up. They have 3 boys and 2 girls. Son John stopped by, we had never met him. He must be crazy like his dad. He lives in this area of Pennsylvania and works in New York.
John smiled when he said 'yeah, and I have a daughter in China and one in Hawaii.' It was a pleasure meeting him.
Dal & Marian’s ‘new to-them’ home is beautifully remodeled. I must say Dallas and I have some things in common. He bought the house at an auction without a real close look. They described the TOUGH remodel, but it is now done and a great job. With a sly smile Dal said, “It was much more than I envisioned!” I know the feeling!
Lisa: We are pretty close to Hershey. We have visited the factory, 'ain't nothing but chocolate!' LOL the town lights are the shape of Hershey's kisses. They did give us a 'kiss' when we finished the tour