Hope you all had a pleasant weekend. Bob and I had a good one but one filled with little hiccups....
We signed up for a new rally...a Good Sam Rally in Greenfield, MA. It was less than two hours from home so we thought it would be fun...The rally was great and the people attending were super, but our adventures getting there and back were a little hairy....
I foolishly listened to my GPS to get us there and although traveling on Route 2 for a while was unavoidable..(lots of single lanes due to road contruction and small town roads), the route took smack up against a low bridge. Knowling that I could "probably" not be able to make it and not wanting to take the chance...I slowly backed up and was able to make a very slow u-turn to get us out of there. A hot day...a heated hubby...and two incestenty barking and agitated dogs...HATED IT!!!
We had a very good weekend and enjoyed the entertainment and the Lobster Dinner on Saturday night. Then....
The way home was totally my fault...I took a wrong turn out of the fairground and ended up on a residential street with low branches. I was looking frantically for a road out before the dead-end sign at the end of the street and never saw the low branches... Well, after hearing, what seemed the end of the world happening on our roof, I stopped and looked to see if portions of my roof or dome or AC unit was lying on the road. WHen I could not find any immediate damage. I slowly made my way backwards until I could comfortably turn around in a drive way guided by a very kind gentleman.
I am home now in my driveway and I am afraid to venture onto the roof to survey the possible damage. I am not good with heights, so I will call our son to head up there. There were no downed or broken branches on the road, so I am hoping that it was more noise than damage. But what do I look for if there is damage? Will the damage be apparant and how do I fix it? Or will it be invisble yet insidious with small leaks to damge the interior???
OH... the Joys of driving a 40 foot rolling home!!!!