If you don't know about Nick and Terry and their Gypsy Journal Newspaper, you owe it to yourself to go take a look. Nick is such an amazingly good writer that his daily blog attracts several thousand readers every day! They have been fulltimers for over 10 years and are instrumental in teaching a lot of folks about the best way to enjoy the RVing lifestyle. We originally met them when they were instructors for Life on Wheels. Now, we have presented our seminars at their rallies for several years, and are proud to call them friends. Their Gypsy Gathering Rally in Celina, Ohio September 25-30 will be our last rally of the season. We're offering our Computer Boot camp, plus 10(!) other seminars throughout the week. You can see the complete schedule by clicking on the link to their rally page. If you haven't signed up yet ... what are you waiting for?
Back on the road after Elkhart, our only destination was Long Beach Island, on the Jersey shore. But, as it turned out, we had one more stop to make. We filled up with Diesel fuel in Ohio just before the Pennsylvania state line because we didn't think we'd see the $3.69/gallon price again for a while. About 20 miles down the road the 'Check Engine' light came on - plus a couple other lights we didn't recognize.
|What do those lights mean?|
Jim took the next exit and turned into the first parking lot he could find while we searched for a Chevy dealer using our Droid smartphones. Luckily there was one not too far away. Their service department would be closed by the time we got there, but they said we could park in their lot overnight and they'd check things out in the morning.
|They mean we get to spend the night at camp Chevy Dealer!|
After successfully negotiating the flooded landscape of eastern Pennsylvania, we finally made it to the shore. Here's our parking spot for the next week! And, we're off to Jim's high school reunion tonight.
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