While they were working on the Roadrunner we had the chance to go over to Belmont Mississippi which is about 3 miles away. Tiffin Motorhomes has their main paint shop over there. Before we got into the paint shop we could see some tile work going on in one of the plants. Sure enough, tilers were building 3 tile floors.
They layout the area on top of wooden platforms about 3 feet off the ground and they put down tile on top of a thin sheet of what looked like plywood or luan.
Next, we went next door to the main paint facility. I didn't specifically count the number of paint booths they have but it was over 10.
I always wondered how they put on the designs of the different models. They have so many swirls and designs I wondered how they could keep it straight.
Over in Mississippi we passed a number of cotton fields. We had never gotten a close up look at the cotton plant so we parked the car and walked over to the see one.
Then it was back to Allegro Campground and service bay 29 to see how the shades were coming along. Tanya and Steven were moving along well and we got the four shades around the cockpit installed before lunch time.
We finished up Friday night by attending the Red Bay High School Friday football game. Red Bay has a population of a little over 3300. ~So we are talking about a really small town atmosphere.
Yesterday I spent all day (literally from 6 AM to about 5 PM) on the computer working. Pam went into Russellville to the grocery store while I worked. In the afternoon we got a good rain shower then it cleared up. We walked over to Gil's Restaurant for some grilled lemon catfish and cole slaw for dinner. We wanted to check out the local cuisine at least once and it was a good meal.
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