A commercial area is not the best place in the world to ‘live’ but for us this is just a new wrinkle. We could have gone over to Mark’s house for the night, but we like our own bed or sleeping bag.
We have walked a good bit while here. Having the internet and power we were able to more than halfway keep up with our normal schedule. We didn’t cook here, just cereal, sandwiches and eat out.
It ain’t bad when life throws you a curve or two and you still meet good folk. Here we have met two customers. Like us they can’t say enough good about Andrea and his wife who own this business. The hourly rate here is $150 an hour. On our last bills there appeared to be no 'padding'. I know of other shops up to $240 an hour and the folks I have talked to feel like a few hours were added. (OUCH)
This has been our progression thru the RV world after tents:
Sherry in our first home-made pop-up it was towed by a 1960 Rambler.
Below will most likely be our last RV. We are running out of time. LOL This is our 2000 Monaco Diplomat 38.5' with two slide outs. It is powered by a Cummin's 315 diesel. The engine is in the rear and it is commonly called a "pusher."