|Easton spends some time with his Aunt Courtney and Uncle Deni|
|Easton loves to climb stairs - over and over and over again.....|
|When tired of walking, he played on his own|
Jeanette and I had a great time with him. When it was time for bed, he adapted quickly and slept the entire night....just like at home.
|A family group shot - taken before our Sunday brunch|
Courtney and Deni brought Easton a special wood box with various wood blocks. A few books for some night time reading will be helpful soon too.
Jeanette went all out with preparations for our Sunday brunch. What a meal that was!
|Dessert was this key lime pie....and it was decorated to celebrate our son's recent birthday.|
|Easton was invited to help Deni blow out the candles....and he found that somewhat interesting.|
|Before leaving the house, Easton offers an unconditional bye bye hug.|
|Soon to hitch up and deliver the 5th wheel to the RV repair facility|
Readers may recall the early January, 2013, tire blowout we faced while on I-5 in southern California. That caused a lot of damage to the wiring and skirting.
Being a polar unit - with a sealed underbelly - the tire blast left a fair bit of work to be completed back here, following the emergency repairs we had done in Bakersfield, CA.
Our insurance company was great to deal with, to cover the emergency repairs, and we had an understanding that once back in BC, the balance of the repairs - including body work - would be completed. That is what will happen in the weeks ahead.
|A destroyed near new tire.....!|
I do have a substantive story to relate about exploding tires and will blog about that in the weeks ahead. Before that happens, a fair bit of research is required. I have numerous photos and I believe most, if not all, RVers will be interested in our experiences and findings.
Thanks for dropping by.