This was our second time at the Winnebago Rally in Forest City, Iowa. We met our good RV friends, Kim and Denise Blabaum there and then headed to their house in Wisconsin for a few days before making the trek back to the East Coast. Also, had a chance to meet some new friends that are heading to the same FL. area as we are. I guess since this was our second time at the rally, it was a little less hectic and we had a chance look around and hit more specific seminars that met our needs. We also had a chance to get some work done on the rig at the Winnebago factory while there.
While in Ft. Collins we got a message from Debbie and Steve McCormick that they were in Southern CO and how great it would be if we could connect for a weekend. Well, we made it happen. We went to the Peak One Campground on Dillon Reservoir for three days, and had a great time hiking and kayaking and eating and drinking. We had two great dinners at our rigs while catching up on how our lives fulltiming are going and our families. It’s such a thrill when this connection happens with our 2014 Dreamer class. I love it. It’s so important to keep in touch no matter how far away because opportunities like this will crop up. I have to say, I am lax in this department. I love seeing and reading about all our friends but my follow up skills are deplorable in this department. I promise to be more dilligent. So…if you’re in Florida for the winter…reach out!
Three of us had the best drink, and Steve had a flight of beer.
Oh, Oh, and more beer! This bar in Breckinridge was dogfriendly. So much so that most of the dogs were off leash…except Max, he was in my lap. Great place. As you can see food was limited but you can buy a bag of popcorn and microwave it.
And, again…as you can see, Hurley is having a great time looking for fish and trying to wave to Max. See below! Max is over it.
Doesn’t get any better than this. I’m finding myself saying this a lot.