During those weeks we managed to buy the new coach (Endie) and the new car (Big Blackie), see our old house and places of work, eat at some of our favorite diners and dives, visit with some old friends and make some new ones.
Here are some of the people at The RV Shop who helped make our motorhome trade so pleasurable.
|Here we are with Al. He worked us through the trade.|
We exchanged many emails before we ever met him.
|I really enjoyed visiting with Tammy.|
A beautiful lady, inside and out. A cancer survivor and a new and dear friend.
|Reed coordinated all our service after the purchase of Endie. |
That's Endie behind him. Nearly ready now....
|Josh worked on all the electronics.|
He also installed the new Blue Ox Faceplate onto Big Blackie
|This is the Blue Ox tow bar, adjusted upward several inches to accommodate the high faceplate on Big Blackie.|
|Tyson is the Sales Manager. He still owes me one set of keys!|
|James worked hard getting the desk moved from Mona into Endie.|
|Reed and Josh behind the service counter.|
|Rodney orders everything. Always smiling. He's a dog lover too.|
|The RV Shop King, Gerald. Great guy, great family, great business. |
His hat still has the tag dangling off the back of the brim.
Tammy gave Wayne a nice white canvas Panama Jack hat that didn't get photographed because the camera's batteries died.
As new coach buyers from The RV Shop in Baton Rouge, we'll enjoy a complimentary night in Breaux Bridge at Cajun Palms campground. Tomorrow, we'll make our way into Texas via I-20 toward Dallas.