Plenty to do in Elkhart. Visit the Ruthmere House & Beardsley House on Beardsley Street. Travel down main street & visit the Art Museum & take a good look @ the restored Lerner Theatre. Visit the RV Museum--just a wonderful, informative museum filled with vintage campers. They also have a library & printer available. El Camino restaurant on highway 6 has very good Mexican food. Several nice antique malls around the city. And of course you're only about half hour from Notre Dame. Go Irish!
We drove hundreds of miles to a festival. Parked in an open field, few trees here & there. We got there on Thursday about noon. The festival didn't start till Friday. Anyway's, unknown to us... many, many Cub scouts came in on Friday, to the left of us. Late Friday evening a camper came in, parked directly in front of us. Early Sat morning, about 8am, a couple in their 60's & a couple in their 80's came out of the camper, started a fire in the blowing wind, must have been 90+*'s, proceeded to sit in their in the bag chairs, arms folded, & stared @ the fire. No, they didn't get on the tractor tram to go visit the festival. They sat there, arms folded, copious amounts of HOT smoke directly coming into every part of our camper, Cub scouts DOING all they can & will do on the left. Hubby @ noon says--pack'er up, we're going home. We drove hundred of miles home. Yep, fun trip.
Food for 50 people?! Wow, that's a lot to pack in a camper. And not much fun either. Pot lucks, IMO, is the way to go. But if I had to, sorry folks, it would be cold sandwich fixins, chips, watermelon, 4 9x13 cakes, & a 5 gal cooler of h20 w/lemon slices. If I thought I needed something hot-baked beans in the crockpot or 2.
I bought a 30$ toaster oven from Walmart. I went to the disposable pan section, picked out a 9x9 pan, 9" round pan, 6 muffin pan, 9x5 bread pan, & made sure they fit-they did. Love it. Everything bakes fine & the toaster works great, too. Even tho, I went to Walmart & bought their 6$ toaster. I paid 50c for a toaster oven w/all the attachments @ an auction. I keep it in the house & it works wonderful too. The best 50c I ever spent. LOVE my toaster ovens.
We just bought from a salvage store (New in box) an awning for our dinette window, driver side. When the sun is on that side...WOW, it is hot. We have our patio awning on the passenger side. (given to us=free, poles from the junkyard)The dinette awning, 5' I believe, cost us 150$.
We were gone from Jan thru March. I used up what we could or gave away. Stuff like catsup, mustard, BBQ sauce, jam, horseradish, mayo etc, was left in. The freezer above frig still had flours, cake mixes etc in it. I left it on, daughter came once a week to check on house. She checked on frig. 1 week the freezer made cubes, 1 week the handle went up=no cubes. Frig was ok when we got home. Will do it again this year. Look @ the expiration date on food. If it's good till you get back, keep it.
Chevy Citation 82?
85 Ford Tempo--demon car!
86 Escort Stationwagon..loved it! Totaled by a guy who ran a red light...had it for 10 years..
2001 Saturn--I'm still driving
Those are all the cars in my life..so far.