Last Saturday we began by attending the yearly RV show here at the Virginia Beach Convention Center. It was a rather small show but still had some interesting displays. My main interest this time was in looking at the Class C's. We are not in the market for one now, but who knows? Maybe in the next few years, we might be...
The one that impressed me was the Thor Chateau 31' model.
Another newcomer RV is the Tiffin Class B - the Wayfarer. We will look forward to seeing those out and about. Mr. Tiffin told Pam and I in December that they would be taking orders in March 2017.
Aside from the RV show, we've been watching the weather and today in fact, I will be emptying the grey and black tanks, putting away the sewer hose and getting ready for some more freezing weather.
While checking things out yesterday, Pam found a drip under the engine that is a problem. This is a picture I took laying on my back and looking up from the concrete pad.
I could see a slow drip coming from the connection to this piece. Later today, I will put out the kitty litter to absorb the spill and also take off the inside cover of the engine to take a better photograph so we can send it to a shop in the area and get it fixed.
I hate the fact it is leaking but once again, it all goes with the territory. It doesn't look like a major issue but we'll have to get it into the shop to get it fixed.
Yesterday we had an outing with Kelly and Brooks to the Virginia Aquarium. What a great place! We are going to be here for a few months so we decided to get a yearly pass in conjunction with Kelly. It came out to be about $65. If Pama and I got a couple of more times, it will have paid for itself.
I met these two nice ladies at the gift shop. They promised to check out the blog after I gave them a contact card.
This little board shows information about Virginia's Rivers that are interesting to me including the fact that George Washington fished for over 1,000 shad in 1771.
Brooks was glad to be wandering (running at times) around the aquarium. He was interested at times in the fish but also quite enamored with other things.
After a few moments he was up and off again for more exploring
We are enjoying our time here and have now been in VB a month!
Thanks for joining us today on the Roadrunner Chronicles!