Dennis Ward wanted to check the voltage on our monitor for the rear view camera. It didn't take long for him to find the problem. One of the little black wires came loose. Ron Ames had a solder iron and in no time at all they got it working.
We bought it thinking it would help with backing up, but the truth is we don't use it to back. I like it because when you're going down the road, you can see what's behind and beside you.
The next thing I knew, it was time to carpool to Mahoney State Park. They have melodramas and we knew there was going to be a lot of laughter. Since we've been there before, we selected seats within throwing distance of the stage. As we entered, we bought popcorn. Do you know how hard it is to buy popcorn and hold it without eating it? Sharon Hime, I'll bet you'd have the same problem. Once the melodrama started you booed the villain and cheered the heroes. You threw (in my case what I didn't eat) popcorn at the actors. You also threw dollar bills on the stage and they would pick them up without missing their lines. I must say I didn't have a lot of popcorn left to throw. The actors at some point threw popcorn back at the audience. At one point they ran through our row of seats.
After the play we went a short distance in the park to the lodge where we had a buffet dinner. The views at the lodge are awesome.
Now you what RVers do at a rally.
This cicada may be the reason we decide to leave Nebraska this week.