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6 October, Saturday

We had good news at the end of yesterday, they had the pipe, all they had to do was modify it slightly to work. Normally Cummins is a 5 day work week, not Sat or Sun. However our tech said he would like to come in and finish our coach and get us on the road. That is above and beyond, but he said he started the project and wanted to finish it. So at 0700 we were up and ready for David to appear. He soon arrived and started to work. We left so we would not be a bother in the coach. If you remember we visited the Farmers Market, well there is a great restuarant there.
So up for breakfast we went. The inside was huge with great murals painted on the walls and ceiling. The food was extremely good, hot, tasty and reasonable in price. If we were back in Atlanta for any reason I would try to stop by again.

Got back to the coach and David was running tests on the air system and electrical systems. He stated we were extremelly lucky that no other damage was done. The extreme heat can melt wires and harnesses. We were lucky. He finished at 1030 and we pulled out of the Cummin's lot at 1100. We stopped just after we pulled out. David pulled up beside and was worried something was wrong. Told him we just had to program the GPS units. He was relieved.

ON THE ROAD AGAIN, headed towards Florida. Had planned to stop for the night at Valdosta but was too early. We continued on into Florida to Lake City. Found a very nice campground called Casey Jones and settled in for the night.

Posted by REDTAILRV 02:41

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