Now where’d she get to???
There are 220 service bays at Lazydays.
She was not in one of the 40 Crown Club bays,
so off we went to find her!
She was getting a pedicure;o))
Actually, they were installing the Tyron Safety Bands on the front wheels. They will provide stability in case of a blown front tire. I guess that’s a good thing;o))
Well, we knew our rig would not be on site this morning.
So we took off to check out Lazydays.
The Café is quiet right now, but it is packed for breakfast and lunch which is served to anyone who is on the grounds for pretty much any reason.
Todays breakfast was Biscuits and Gravy. Lunch was baked Ziti and Bread. There are soft drinks, coffee and tea available all day long!!
It is impossible to describe how big this lot really is.
There are rows and rows of every type of RV!!
Class B Vans
Large and Small Travel Trailers
Class A Gas Motorhomes
and on and on…..
Before long, it was time to get some lunch.
We went by Bay 115 to see how the Journey was doing and she was GONE;o(
So off we went to find her AGAIN!!
Ok, this is a good sign!!
She is in Bay 511, one of the Crown Club Sites which means they must be getting her all checked out and spruced up before being introduced to us:o))
Knowing all was well,
After lunch, we walked over to Camping World.
Yes, Lazydays has their own Camping World!!
We spent an hour or so looking around and checking out a few things we might or might not need;o)) While we were there, Tiffany, our Delivery Advisor called to say the work had begun, but would not be completed today;o((
No need to get back to the rig. So…I headed to a class about tire safety and Nancy went to a class to learn how to cook with the Microwave/Convection Oven. We may not have our rig, but we will be so ready when we get it!!
Tomorrow, Nancy and I are scheduled for driving school.
Sure hope we pass—Ha, Ha!!
But most of all we hope to see OUR Journey next to us.
There is plenty of room for her!!