We returned to Lazy Days after a miserable night of,,,,well, we can’t call it sleep because neither one of us got much at all.
The bed was uncomfortable, the pillows too soft, the sheets felt like burlap and it was noisy. Between people coming and going and highway traffic, it was just a miserable night.
We came back to the service lot to find out that we would be able to move back into the 5th wheel at the end of day. Dan, our service tech added hydraulic fluid, tightened a few things and it looks like we’re good to go. He measured where our jacks were sitting and we’re hoping there is no change come morning. If there isn’t then it will prove that these extra problems were all due to a low fluid level. We’re keeping our fingers crossed.
Bob wanted a sub sandwich for dinner. I got online to find a sub shop and I checked out a few websites that were complete with pictures and they just don’t make subs like we have on the east coast. We finally opted for a trip to the grocery store to buy rolls and lunchmeats and cheese and we’ll make sandwiches tonight for dinner. We’re both hankering for a good cheese steak or sub.
It sure was good to get back home this evening. Familiar surroundings, soft sheets, fluffy towels, yep, good to be home.
I called Jim this evening to check on Arlene and could not have received any better news. She’s off the ventilator, the tubes have been removed, she’s asking for ice and popsicles and is doing very well considering where she was a few days ago. Again, thank you all for your good thoughts and prayers. They were answered!
Day 8 of these full-timers lives in a visit to a service center - down.