The trailer is now basking it its new spot by the river in the same RV Park. It was pamper the trailer day—meaning, get it serviced. The large slide wasn’t going in right so off to the RV service center. Now it’s moving in and out like new.
While the trailer was being serviced, we visited the Clinton Presidential Center. I showed you photos of the outside yesterday, and today I took a few of the inside. It’s a very impressive building, long and designed well inside. I took just one outside shot because it is cloudy and muggy today.
After picking up the trailer, we decided to call it a day and relax, no more sightseeing. Tomorrow we will take the trolley tour and maybe visit Little Rock High School where history was made so many years ago. While Richard was hooking up the trailer, Gem and sat by the Arkansas River and watched boats at work. Actually, they were tugs pushing large barges through the various bridges. I was amazed at the accuracy of the tug master to maneuver the barges. One was pushing barges that were three abreast and four long. I was amazed.
Now, it’s time to look at those images that I’ve already said I would post. Thinking positively doesn’t hurt, does it? All the images I post right now are barely edited. I’ve cropped and maybe tried a quick edit on some, but that’s about it. I still haven’t had time to truly get into my PE9 book. Maybe I’ll have time today.
Tomorrow, the trailer can sit while we sight-see, and maybe the sun will be out and the temperature down. Well, I am being positive!