Sunday, September 27, 2009

Goshen, IN MOC Rally and Camp Keystone

This is the last day of the Rally. This morning, we started the day at a pancake breakfast (how could I have eaten so many pancakes) and then we took the Montana over to the Keystone Service Center and set up at Camp Keystone. This is a small area at the Service Center with water and electric hookups for rigs coming in for service the next day. The Service Manager comes knock knock knockin' on the door at 7:00AM and we wanted to be here waiting instead of leaving the fairgrounds to be here by 7:00. We then returned to the Rally for an ice cream social and to say good bye to the ones we had missed earlier. This was an ideal ending to a really great rally. We saw lotsa old friends, made a ton of new ones and learned a lot about our rigs and the new Montanas. Gotta go to a Montana dealership in the morning while our rig is in service to, once again, look at our "dream" rig and see how far it would set us back. We will not be going to Nashville, IN after all, this week. Since the Opry house burned to the ground, there is no real reason to go there, especially since we had all of the brake work done on our rig and now are due for an alignment and new tires. We will slowly work our way home and start preparing for our western swing in January.

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