Join us as we travel North America in our Holiday Rambler Vacationer, since August. 2006
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Sat. Feb. 27th
This morning is bright and sunny. But there was an earthquake in Chile earlier this morning causing major destruction and creating a huge Tusnami. There was warnings that went out on the news and the internet for areas as far away as Hawaii, California, Washington, Alaska and even a mention of Mexico possibly to hit land here around 10:30 am. So being right at sea level on the ocean we decided to move inland, just in case, (because we can). Only 5 rigs in the RV park so 4 of us pack up and moved inland about 25 miles. We found a T intersection with with a large parking area and some shade.
Lalo, our body man met us here from Guasauve and finished buffing and polishing our coach in the shade. He did a real great job, so glad that we got it done here. The rest of us sat around chatted a bit, had lunch, read and enjoyed some homemade ice cream from a vendor who came and parked in the shade as well and set up business.
Around 1:30 Horacio from the resort stopped by to say all was ok and no damage done. So back to camp we went and set up again, relax in the shade, read a bit, a happy hour with Bev & Blake, a nice sunset, then to the restaurant behind us for garlic fish and Bacon wrapped shrimp for supper.
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