We’ve had great fall weather, but were unable to camp or attend any rallies because we didn’t have an RV. On our return from Idaho in late August, we stopped in Forest City, IA, home of Winnebago and Itasca Motorhomes, and Lichtsinn Motors, a Winnebago and Itasca dealer. On August 31, we met with a sales consultant, looked at a Winnebago Adventurer 35P at the Winnebago factory, made the deal including trading in our other motorhome, and began the 63-day waiting time for our new house-on-wheels to be built.
We left home early mid-morning today driving north through Springfield, Missouri, then to Kansas City, then Interstate 35 to Bethany, Missouri, to spend the night. We have traveled this route many times, including near annual fishing trips to Quetico Wilderness in Ontario, Canada, and 3 times last fall and winter for my cancer treatment at Mayo Clinic. It’s getting a little too familiar. Thanks to Barry and Helen, we were able to stay at the Comfort Inn as part of their “Friends and Family” package. Thank you, Barry and Helen.
Tomorrow, we pick up the new motorhome.