Meeting, Demo & Not a Winner

Posted by on June 16, 2015

We’ve had rain nearly every day that we’ve been here but mostly at night or at least in the early morning or late evening.  Today we got a good shower in the middle of the afternoon but that didn’t stop our Heartland family!

I had a meeting with my Leisure Time Activity presenters in the History Room to go over a few things and to cover any questions they might have had.  I also handed out the door prizes for each of their classes and gave each of them a ‘Thank you’ gift for their help with this year’s program.  The meeting only took about 30 minutes.

While I had my meeting Michael went to his first seminar of the rally, “Winegard Rayzar Automatic Antenna Demonstration“.  It was outdoors, during the rain….but thankfully they were under a pavilion so they stayed dry for the most part.  They had a drawing for a free $400 Rayzar and with nearly 200 in attendance….Michael wasn’t the lucky winner.

We spent the rest of the afternoon and evening at home continuing to catch up on those darned DVR shows that are so backed up.  Today we worked on clearing off the 6 episodes of American Odyssey.

I also did some laundry and pulled some chicken and dumplings out of the freezer for dinner.  Freezer is almost empty….as it needs to be for the work we’ll have done on the coach next week.

Tomorrow is the first official day of the rally so things will start getting busy with seminars in the Rally hall and leisure time activity presentations in the History room.  Plus…Dan, Amanda, Alex & Ben will be here with us for the night as they travel from New York back to live in Wisconsin.

2 Responses to Meeting, Demo & Not a Winner

  1. Judy Mott

    Totally off RVing, but what did y’all think of American Odyssey? We watched the first few episodes and have a bunch on DVR, also, but haven’t decided yet if we’re really into the show or not. Thanks for any review you can give!

    • Kelly

      We’re both enjoying it. Michael being retired Army hasn’t picked out all kinds of errors (uniforms, lingo, protocol etc) so it must be pretty accurate too!

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