This morning Jan's RV was blocked in all the way at the back of the parking lot we were on, but we didn't have to wait too long to get out.
It was only 31 miles to Warrenton, but the big show trucks had to go 80 miles to avoid a bridge that couldn't handle too much weight. Luckily Jan's RV was light enough that we didn't have to go an extra 50 miles.
We were on a gravel lot today; my body was thrilled to see that...
It was cold this morning, so I was happy when the A.O. crew loaded up to go to breakfast. After we were done eating we checked out an outlet mall where everyone spent money except for me. They don't call me "Moneybags Penny Pincher Copeland" for nothing!
On the ride back to the lot Genevieve's stroller was in danger of falling out of the back of the truck. Radar heroically shimmied through the open back window to save it. While he was lying down across the truck bed, holding on to the stroller, Casey closed the window behind Radar. He ended up riding all the way back to the lot like that, on his stomach and holding on for dear life. It was hilarious!
We had good sized crowds today, although there were more people at the first show. Ryan and I were doing our wimpy, old man falls in the gags today because of the rocky lot. It was so difficult to perform on; I was scared to even run for fear of twisting an ankle!
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