Most of the RVs (Ironically, there is no class system for Motorhomes here) were 18-25 ft and ranged from 40 - 65,000 monetary lb. and other than 3 small Class A's all that we saw were cab over Class B's as we know them. However, upon arriving on the lot, Jane and I went to what appeared to be the largest rig in sight, suddenly it occured to me that it might belong to a shopper and not one of the viewing rigs. Sure enough as I went to grab the handle a dog inside barked. Thank god for dogs. LOL
Swivel table at end of couch
Class C (the largest, with the dog)
Class B with a cab over
Place sink front to back to save usable counter space
Garbage can attached to door (with umbrella holder, of course)
It was a fun outing and I took a few pictures of Newark-on-Trent while we were out also.
Old Tudor style home
Robin Hood Hotel in Newark which is being demolished despite opposition
Crumbling building large enough to have been a castle in the day. Forgot to ask what it was though.
Brad was feeling a bit better last night so he came out with us for dinner at The Circle and then we all went over to Bob & Jane's and had a good chitchat for the evening. He had another rough overnight with his tooth but it does seem the medication is making some progress with it. By tomorrow he shall right as rain, I dare say.
I also managed to get my phone back! If you are in the Radcliffe area Tony (07717840688) is your cell/smart phone go to guy. Thank you Tony, so far so good. :)
Now when we go out and about I will be able to get pictures/video.