We made it to the KOA in Elkhart, figuring that we would be able to get a mobile RV repair service tech out to replace the burned out power transfer switch. Elkhart, you should know, is billed as the home of America's largest RV repair service industry. That may be.... but none of them are mobile! Heck, even places like Van Horn and Effingham have mobile services!!!
Oh yes....and all the RV repair places were taking appointments for after July 4th - a tad inconvenient when you're planning on a 2-day stay.
Anyhow, we found Master Tech RV who replaced the faulty switch and also tightened the passenger side mirror. This came as a huge relief to RRR who spent most of the trip from Effingham hanging out the window in 60 mph winds, trying to keep the mirror from blowing off.
While they were busy with the Beast, we took ourselves off to Linton's Enchanted Gardens - a combo garden centre and curio shop. They had a huge collection of very colorful, very blingy stuff and we loved it. Then off we went to the Old Bag Factory for a look at some of the most expensive quilts we had ever seen. They were jaw-droppingly beautiful! If it weren't for the fact that we refused to pay more for a blanket than we did for our mortgages, we might have bought some. But still..... they sure were pretty.
Tomorrow we're off to Port Huron, our last day in the US for this trip. It's been hot and kind of scary at times, but still lots of fun.