Needless to say, Sparky didn't win the kayak---W-A-A-A-A-N-N-N-H-H! (She's whining and throwing a hissy fit, folks!) OK, that's it, I'm done, I'm over it. I didn't win the Kindle, either. W-A-A-A-A-N-N-H! OK, I'm over that one, too. (Eldo adds, we DID win a free lunch to the excellent Chinese buffet in town, so quit yer whinin', woman!) Yes, dear!
We leave you with a few recommendations:
1.Best Chinese buffet in the country--that's the consensus of opinion by most people who tried the China Wok Buffet in Celina, we agreed, we thought it was EXCELLENT!
2. Great restaurant with 50's cool decor--Lost in the Fifties in the nearby town of St. Mary's --we didn't try it but everybody liked it.
|Not good, not good....and the chain broke on the first try to pull them out|
4. Celina has a nice bike trail that you pick up near Grand Lake. It runs for about 4.5 miles between Celina and the next town, Coldwater, Ohio....It's an average trail starting at the beautiful Grand Lake in Celina, and ending up within a block of an ice cream shop in Coldwater!
5. Rallies are fun and informative! If you haven't been to a rally, go! Lots to learn, new friends to be made, and great products to check out and try.
6. Check out Harvest Host program--another alternative to Wally World (Walmart). You can stay for one night FREE in participating wineries and farms that belong to Harvest Host. You get to stay in a beautiful country setting and explore the guest host's vineyards, farms, and orchards, buy fresh food products, or possibly help with events should you so choose and are invited to, and maybe even get to extend your stay more than one night by assisting the host. People who have participated in the program say the learning experiences are fabulous, and so are the settings. You don't have to buy wine, but a small purchase is greatly appreciated. We have yet to try it, but after hearing of the latest upgrades to the website in searching for guest hosts and all the great amenities, we can tell that this is definitely something we need to check out more often. Visit the Harvest Hosts website at www.harvesthosts.com for more information and membership details. If you decide to sign up, would you please mention us where you heard about it? Thank you! (Jeannie Sparks, referring member)
Eldy bought his wash system for the RV. This will be really nice because so many campgrounds are now saying that individuals cannot wash their coaches or tow vehicles. Eldy's wash system that he purchased is called Wash Wax All. It's a product that sprays on and wipes dry. It meets Boeing Aircraft cleaning specs and it's water based, alcohol and petroleum free, which is GREEN for the environment! He bought a complete kit that has the coolest brush head/extension pole with dual micro fiber mop heads on it, one dry side and one wet side, cleaners, sprays and cloths. He can clean the whole coach except for the very roof top without climbing a ladder--yay! I'll do the roof sweetie....