Sort of reminded me of backing the RV into a tight spot. One person sat of the toilet, which was mounted to a hand cart, while the other pushed, the trick was the pusher was blind folded. They just had to go a short distance, then around a traffic cone and back to the starting line. Needless some of the spectators were in danger, just like backing that RV.
aka Gift Shop
They has so much stuff in there it was unbelievable
It was the day that they had all the trouble at the other bridge. The only one that is recommended is Progresso and that has not seen any problems as of yet. But it is a little disconcerting to see the army in a bunker in the middle of the street as you enter. But there is not shortage of shoppers, the streets are packed, and they do have some good buys. But with us there are not too many things that we need (or have room for). Did get some cute little folding tables for outside,and some tequila, but mostly just go for the fun of it. I have been enjoying the grapefruit here, they are the best that I have ever eaten, bar none. Fruit and vegetable's are very plentiful and down right cheap. We will be so spoiled. Two years ago we were up north and could not find a tomato worth eating in the middle of the summer. I stopped laughing at people who pulled out their tomato plants that they carried with them, when they were stetting up camp.
Life is good, the sun is shining, and the wind is at our backs.