We have been at the Tiffin Allegro Campground for ten days.
Cabin fever has set in, but thankfully, the sun shines today and the temperature is fifty five degrees. Oliver, Olivia and I took a bit of a hike today.
First, we went to the Tiffin service department to see where in the Que we are. I am told they will probably get to us Wednesday or Thursday, but to come back to the office to get a better guesstimate.
That gives them three days to accomplish the work that needs to be done, with the exception of the body work. They suggested, to speed work along, that we contract the work out to an ex-employee who has a stellar work record. And since we pay the ex, the cost would be less.
Can't beat that. Faster and lest cost! The work is still going to cost twelve thousand, seven hundred some dollars.
Camping World's estimate is right in line with Tiffin's price. Thank goodness for good Insurance.
Continuing our walk,Oliver and Olivia stop to greet a gentleman leaving his 2014 Allegro Open Road. The gentleman turns out to be some of you might have met, Lou Finkle.
Lou is an interesting guy: He lived with several different families until he was sixteen years old when he ran away from "home." He hiked along the East coast at sixteen, served in the Navy four years, backpacked the Sahara Desert, the Appalachian Trail and toured several states by bicycle. To top it off, Lou has a PHD in clinical Psychology, is now retired, a widower, and loves to attend RV rallies.
Lou even teaches seminars on a wide variety of subjects at some of the rallies. Some of the seminars focus on the ageing RV er, dementia, Alzheimer's and planning for the future.
The sun is shining brightly, there is little wind and the temperature is great. I think I will go for another hike. Who knows who I will meet or what I will see this time!
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