Holiday weekend change of plans

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Betsey Ross
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   Posted 5/26/2012 9:51 AM (GMT -6)   
Our used motorhome is still at the mechanic.  He said it isnt safe to drive and that he should have it done in the middle of next week. 
So our 2 day weekend of car racing and staying on speedway grounds in our motorhome isnt happening so I booked a room at a local hotel.  We stayed at that hotel years ago and it was nice.  In my research for the weekend it was the cheapest per night.
Hubby wanted our motorhome but if the carburator is pumping gas out and it is hitting the manifold the motorhome would have caught fire.
So we will try to enjoy our weekend and we will see what next weekend brings.  The track is 1 hr and 15 min away from our home and hubby works at the track and he is so tired and I cant go to the races and sit in the grandstands because of my leg pain
Everyone have a great weekend

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   Posted 5/26/2012 9:10 PM (GMT -6)   
So sorry about your travel plans, but you should be back once your
motorhome is all fixed up and it's better to travel safely..
Prayers and well wishes ..
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   Posted 5/26/2012 10:49 PM (GMT -6)   
Good thing you did not go you might have been broke down somewhere. I used to motor home it but when the ex and I decided to sell off everything and go to Arizona for the winter we lived in it for over 6 months. The longest 6 months in my lifetime.
I hope yours get fixed and you are able to go camping or to other out door events.
Take care

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