Suburban Honda is a new dealership and the folks on the phone were nice. I talked with Julie on the phone to schedule the appointment. Then, when I brought the car in for service, I spoke with Lindsay who scheduled an alignment and I asked for all four wheels to be done. I also had them check the rear window wash receptacle to see why we weren't getting any spray back there.
I got back to the campground and vacuumed out the car and cleaned it. Later, I searched online and found the nearest Habitat for Humanity ReStore location. It was about the same distance to go to Detroit or Pontiac MI. We chose the Pontiac location about 30 miles away and we drove over their to check it out.
We also were not far from where Adam works and we met him for a few minutes before his shift started. He just returned after spending a couple of days across the Canadian border seeing Meghan.
We had a very hard time finding a laundromat. They don't have a lot of them in this part of the country. I guess apartment complexes all have there own facilities. It is noteworthy that there just are not many in our area.
We got back to the campground a little after 4:00 and we hung around for a while. I got a little too comfortable in my recliner and took a quick nap. Pam fixed a nice dinner and it was still a pretty evening when I decided to sit "in our backyard" on the edge of the lake and contemplate for a while.
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