The leaks in the RV are fixed, or at least we think they are! We spent the morning at Miller’s Service Center in Honey Brook, Pennsylvania, attending to the RV issues that have been nagging at us for the last few weeks. We had tried to book appointments at other RV dealers, but most could not take us for at least two weeks. We were lucky to find Miller’s last Friday while we were in Lancaster County, and returned today for the repairs.
Cheyney, the technician who took care of us, climbed up on the roof and inspected every place that could possibly allow water to seep in. He found a few culprits that had likely caused our problems, and then he sealed everything. We were in and out of the shop in just about an hour. I guess we won’t know for certain if we are water tight until the next rainstorm, but I’m very optimistic.
|Seal Those Leaks!|
Tim and I have not had the opportunity to spend much time in the small towns that we pass through, so our stroll through Lititz was a special treat. The downtown main street contains a collection of specialty shops in wonderful, historic buildings, and we browsed as we walked.
|Downtown Lititz Main Street|
|One Of Each Please|
We also stopped at the Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery for soft pretzels. It was Julius Sturgis who opened the first commercial pretzel bakery in America in 1861.
|Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery|
|Lititz Historical Museum|