Tuesday, May 27, 2008


This weekend was spent at the Casino Aztar in Evansville IN. It's only about 2.5 hrs from Nashville so Theda and I decided to go there for the holiday weekend. We had entertained going to her place at New Johnsonville and spending the weekend on the water. Nah, too crowded with boaters and will be too hot. The I had planned on going to an RV place in Clarksville and taking Somewhere and spending the weekend. Well, they were going to put me in the overflow and I didn't want that. So here we go.

I stopped by and unloaded some things in Somewhere as we went through Clarksville. We took Sedona as the Casino hotel is very pet friendly for small dogs.

I lost, I won, I lost again. So it was up and down. I think once I get to RVing full time, when I win, it will be a lot easier to just leave. It was fun and not too crowded. I thought it would be swarming with people but that was not the case.

Evansville is a beautiful place. It has revamped it's riverfront and it is so clean and pretty. Sedona and I took a walk along the riverfront on Sunday. It was good to get out and get some exercise for both of us. Everyone loves to stop and pet and talk about Sedona. It started warming up before we got back and I stopped at the fountains, thinking Sedona might get a drink of water, but nooooo. She was not going to have anything to do with that water so she waited until we got back to the room.

We awoke to rain on Monday morning and it rained and stormed all the way back to Nashville. It stopped for just a little while in Clarksville where I stopped to buy some fabric so Ann's mother could make me some storage for underneath my bed in Somewhere. It's a duck cloth and I think it will blend in nicely. She will sew some pockets in it to hold "things." Haven't decided what it will hold but saw one posted by Karen on the forum and I had to have that. What a great use of space! I am constantly looking for different ways to use space and I'm not even in there yet.
I'll post a picture when complete and installed.


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