Last weekend I made a fast trip down to San Diego to see my daughter and her family. It has been a while since I've seen the grandkids. Corrie, Mara and Jonathan took me to see Mission Trails Park. Poor Brian had to work all weekend.
Mara has one of my old cameras, and she's quite the photographer.
I had crocheted a Barbie dress and hat from a pattern I got from fellow blogger Lynn. Since I didn't have a model, I didn't know if it would fit, but it did. (Just barely...)
Yesterday I went to a thrift store looking for a Barbie to use as a model for future clothes. I only wanted one, but ended up with five because they were in a package of 5 for $5! Anybody want an extra Barbie model?
After the trip to San Diego, it was back to the LA area to see the big RV show at Pomona.
There were a lot of RVs to look at, and a lot of people looking at them. The economy must be getting better!
I didn't look at too many trailers, because I already have the perfect one... :-) ... but I did find this one very strange. I guess the idea is that the kids don't track dirt all the way through the RV if they have to come in to go to the bathroom. (There was another normal door.)
This was my favorite motorhome of those I saw. I love the big buffet next to the freestanding table (I hate dinettes) and the TV that rose up out of it. The TV retracts when not in use.
Don't worry, I'm not buying. But I did think this was a great layout for a 34' motor home. If you're interested, it is an Itasca Meridian V class 34Y.