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Yet Another Visit to Camping World

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

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IMG_5271.jpgWe get up early and say good-bye to my parents as they are driving back to Big Cypress today. I'm glad they came up for a few days. If everything goes as planned, we won't see them again til next August (or later, if we decide to continue our trip til November).

For those who are concerned, my parents are doing as well as can be expected, considering everything they've been through the last month or so (the possibility of my mom having pancreatic cancer and then the unexpected death of my brother). They both seem tired, but that is understandable. My mom is concerned about how tired she is, but I think it's simply stress/depression. I did talk to my parents more about the last test my mother had where they could not find the mass to do a biopsy. That doctor that did the test feels that there is no reason for more tests; she is not sure what the mass was that showed up on the mri and catscan. The doctor who ordered this last test has not talked to my mom yet about the latest results, so hopefully he will say the same thing.

After our good-byes we pack up the rv and head over to Camping World for our appointment to get our heater fixed. The part did arrive and they install it and test it and we're on our way around 2pm.

We decided to make it a short day and only drive up to Lake Louisa State Park, but when we arrive we find that they have no campsites available. They offer us an overflow space and we quickly accept. $6 to park in the parking lot near the lake! Good deal :-)

Soon after we pull in, another trailer also parks in the overflow. The guy gets out, waves and screams "Hey Buddy" to my husband. He looks like an older Willie Nelson, but dressed in Hells Angels motorcycle gear. I remind myself not to judge people from their looks and enjoy a relaxing evening.IMG_5277.jpg

Posted by jengelman 07:13 Archived in USA Tagged family_travel

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