We're getting pretty good at this loading and unloading - guess I should say Ken and Frank are getting good at it. Leslie and I mostly stay in the cool and watch.
The Chevy was in a different area today - something about a pro class - beats me - I just know they're great cars! This place is so big - we're getting plenty of exercise walking.
Leslie and I spent a few hours in "Woman's World" today. Hundreds of vendors selling so many great things. We did a little shopping - mostly looking.
Ken and I were walking across one of the showrooms admiring the cars when someone called Ken's name - hard to believe some friends from Davie County were there. It was fun to see them and catch up on things. They have a car but it isn't finished yet.
We drove out to see Churchill Downs - beautiful. Took some pictures and found our way across the river.
Since we are right on the great Ohio River, Leslie and I decided we should drive across the bridge to Indiana and eat on their waterfront. Same river - different state. We ate at Kingfish Restaurant on the Riverfront. Beautiful. The food was delicious - we all ate steak and lobster - so good. The service was great - really nice waitress. Kentucky Silk Pie for dessert - we did all share one dessert. I forgot to tell you that we had Key Lime Pie for dessert at Joe's last night - really, really good.
After dinner we spent some time riding around Jeffersonville - a beautiful old town right on the river.
Back to Elsewhere. We are parked in the midst of some beautiful motorhomes and friendly people. The people next to us are in the most beautiful motorhome we have ever seen - a Prevost Private Coach. Don't get me wrong - we love Elsewhere - we got him new in March and I think he'll be around for a long time. They're beautiful but we really don't want one that large - there are so many places you can't go in the huge ones. We never thought we would get one as large as Elsewhere but so far we're really loving it (he's 30 feet). He has so much personality and electric jacks! an overhead bunk that comes down with the push of a button - fun.
Our neighbor in the Prevost has a street rod - handed me the keys and told us to take it for a ride! Can you believe that? Ken decided we shouldn't - guess he was right - but it sure was tempting.
Another perfect day.