Jim and Edie caldwell
The day of reckoning …pack up the whole rig, collapse it and haul it on over to the local RV dealer for diagnosis and repair. No new converter but a new “distribution board . . . see pictures of Trace and Andy overhauling the electronics! Long walk through downtown Dover which features turn of the (last) century houses along what we understand used to be an old trolley line.
We treated ourselves to a campfire which was only passable due in part to the wet local wood and poor ignition of old tax records for kindling. Our outdated tax “kindling” burned with a lovely green flame, though. This caused Nance to march over to fellow camper’s fire and announce she had “fire envy”. Seems they had reclaimed a large partially burned log which they’d left 8 days ago to move on to another campsite. They soon asked us to join them at their roaring blaze and offered us some of their “Jack” (no thanks, but nice offer!) eat your heart out Ryan! We toured their classic new airstream and we STILL love our own little collapsible home but full height storage and a walk-in shower looked mighty nice! Nance left with a handmade knitted scarf from our new friend Edie Caldwell. Very nice couple from northern Virginia.