We arrived home safely and set up housekeeping right away. As many things to do when we get home as when we leave. Turn the phone, internet, Direct TV, etc. Then uncover and dust everything. Make sure my car will run (it wouldn’t). Keith had to come over and do a temporary fix to the shift cable. Anyway, we were home and busy with domestic tasks such as cleaning windows, mowing grass, filling the hot tub and such. First weekend home we went to King of Prussia for Matthew’s first communion.
Mid June we fired up the RV and headed north to a Chapter 3 Rally. We went to breakfast with the Northeast Bradford Retired group and then came home to finish packing. We did not head out until afternoon because we did not plan to go all the way to New Hampshire in one day. We easily traveled to the Albany area and spent the night in a large, spacious Wal Mart. We have been there before. On Wednesday morning we headed out to Hancock NH to the Seven Maples Campground. We were the first to arrive, so we had our pick of the sites in the rally field. Nice campground and set up but the roads were poor. Throughout the day several other campers arrived. We went to dinner at the Hancock Inn.
Saturday morning several people walked into town to visit the local farmer’s market. Here are some pictures of downtown Hancock NH.
New Hampshire is a beautiful state.
We had Social Hours, campfires and lots of fun.
On Sunday morning we drove over to Derry NH to visit with Phil’s sister, Dotty. Later in the day Norman and Dianne joined us. We had a great visit with everyone and headed home on Tuesday morning. We ran into some rain, but it was an uneventful trip home, which is what we enjoy!