We planned to keep the car hooked up to the camper so we could just take off tomorrow, but Larry didn't have the right size wrench to fix the door, so he figured he'd need to go off to the hardware store to get what he needed. On the way over to the bathroom I was praying and the thought popped into my head, "Ask your neighbor." Of course! Larry went over and borrowed an entire tool box full of different sized wrenches. He fixed the refrigerator door and we were off on that hike after all down to the beach. Then back "home" for a delicious dinner of homemade stew, salad, and bread and butter. We topped it off with the Pennsylvania red wine Bert and Jenny gave us on Monday. As I type this, Larry is fixing the oven door and things aren't looking so bad after all. Our frustrations seem a lot less annoying after a good dinner.
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Lessons for the day:
1) Don't trust the weather man. He said the weather between Virginia and Wisconsin for our first few days of travel was going to be partly cloudy. Ha!
2) Don't trust the Garmin. Sometimes it's great. Other times....
3) The only one you can trust all the time is the Lord. When in crisis pray. He may send you to the neighbor with the right tools.