Randy, Terry, Judy, and I drove on up to Dothan, Alabama so Randy could get a new phone and Terry could get a new digital camera. We started by stopping by Cracker Barrel for breakfast (that makes sense, doesn’t it?) and then onto the shopping spree. Once returning home we spent the afternoon relaxing and reading.
Terry prepared a great roast pork dinner with green beans and garlic mashed potatoes so we gathered together at their house at four thirty for dinner. Then we moved outside just to solve all the world’s problems while enjoying each other’s company.
While we were sitting out talking and swatting mosquitoes, another couple arrived at the park. Randy was nice enough to help them find their site (there’s so many here that it’s hard to find your way around). After they got parked the husband came over to ask about local stores. They had just bought the rig and had meat and charcoal, but no grill. Randy lent them his so they were happy campers.
It turned out that they were from Magnolia Springs, Alabama which is right around the corner from Rainbow Plantation. His wife is one of the librarians at the new Magnolia Springs library. As we were talking with them they stated that their friends were just at Rainbow Plantation. Of course we asked who they were and it turned out to be our good friends Allan and Jeanne Webster. Another small world event.
Boy, does time go by fast when you’re having fun. We’re glad that we had this time to spend with Randy and Terry, but it just went screaming by. This morning we’ll be heading home bringing this trip to a close. Next it will be onto readying ourselves for this summer’s travels. We’ll have three weeks to get ready.
Well, it’s time to start packing up and heading out so see ya tomorrow from Rainbow Plantation in Summerdale, Alabama.
May God Bless - - - - - - - - -