We are still camped at Codorus State Park near Hanover, PA. A view of the lake:
The time here has been a treat for us. Today was no exception. We were visited by Laurie King and George Owens of www.owensontheroad.blogspot.com. I (Phyllis) have been following their blog for some time as they prepare to retire, buy a fifth wheel and start their fulltiming adventure. Likewise, they follows ours.
Laurie and George hope to be on the road in about a year. If you are one of their blog followers, you know that George recently was offered an early retirement and jumped on it. Who wouldn't!
Laurie is still working. It is such a small world. She is the President for a water bottling company and mentioned one of their clients was a company in the town where Leonard and I lived in NJ. The company has since sold the vendor part of the business and now only has water and coffee service. When they were in full operation, the coffee/water rep. was our son-in-law Steve. She remembers him.
Laurie and George live up in Wilkes Barre, Pa, a three hour drive from Hanover. How great is that, that they were up on driving this distance to meet. They have decided their rig will be a Montana and they were anxious to see ours and seek out our opinion and experiences with the manufacturer Keystone and the quality of a Montana. We certainly do recommend this brand.
They were so nice as to take us to lunch at a nearby Pub that Laurie had researched online. All too soon it was time for them to get on the road back to Wilkes Barre. We do hope to keep in touch via our blogs and other RV sites we both frequent. And maybe, just maybe we will meet again down the road.