The Sixth Annual Kansas Eggstravaganza officially started today with a pot luck breakfast. Tantalizing dishes come out of the little eggs when it’s pot luck time and the socializing begins!
It’s been a little too hot to do anything but visit. The temperature dipped into the 80’s for a day or so and now it’s back into the mid 90’s with 99 degrees predicted for the weekend.
The heat has not stopped the fun….maybe just slowed some of us down a bit.
We are camped right across from some of our old friends from east TN who are right on the water. Our site has evening shade but is brutally unprotected during the middle of the day. The A/C is staying on until the sun sets.
The campground is laid out in a loop where everyone can easily visit. At last count 30 trailers have arrived with more expected tomorrow. Amazing how many come from Texas!
Larry and Debbie Gamble of Little House Customs have been hard at work since last Monday with the early arrivals. Larry performed a valvectomy on our shower drain…..the Alaskan trip had knocked off the drain pipe. No longer must I get on my knees to pull the shower drain lever!
Larry and customers!
Debbie minding the store!
A few unusual fiberglass campers……
a 1970 Western Campster! (can’t remember the entire name!)
This 1983 model is being lovingly restored by new owners. They patiently explained that it really is a Casita!
All of the other trailers, so far, are Casitas and Scamps except for the one 19’ Escape owned by a St Louis couple. The Escape campsite appears to be the favorite hangout place.
We are spending our time talking and eating. When it gets too hot to do anything else….napping inside the A/C cooled interior.
Beautiful sunsets are gracing the sky every evening. Wonder how many can I post before humdrum sets in?
Our TN friends……
Our partially shaded site.
Lovely host, Joyce.
Pretty blue truck with white bookends.
Ms. Pickles, displeased with the camera.
Larry and Curly…or is it Curly and Larry? Mother Moe is close by.
Not too much more to say…..afraid I’ll start whining about the heat.
Thinking more and more of home and what will life be like…. not waking up in the Casita? Feeling sad just thinking about it……