We went on the first camping trip of the year. It was also our first time at a Hoosier Cruisers Rally. It's an FMCA chapter that meets once a month somewhere in Indiana. Nice group, although most have large class A's with two or three slide outs.
It was held at CERALand in Columbus IN. It's a private campground owned by Cummins and has a very large sports complex with many ball diamonds and soccer fields. There was even a group playing cricket.
It's a nice facility, although since it had rained most of the week prior, you didn't dare get off of any gravel surface. Some of the newer parking pads looked a bit soft to me.
Almost all sites are well shaded.
As is typical for spring in Indiana, it was cold and rainy most of the weekend. It did get warm enough to eat outside, mumsywumsy even took off her coat and talked about shorts.
The mini splits work perfect in this kind of weather. Just set them on automatic 68 degrees, and they kept the bus just right whether warm or cool. It did get down to 38 one night.
My son was also there with his MCI.
I generally like my bread toasted. My new induction cooktops don't work well with my old over a burner toaster. I don't like toasting in a skillet. We were prowling around antique shops and found this. Surprisingly good shape for it's age. I remembered that it would turn the bread over when you opened the door, but couldn't remember how. Works pretty slock
We'll be going a lot more this summer, next outing is a square dance weekend campout.