Lou wanted to get out really early, so the alarm headed out. We drove over to Hayward to meet her friend Connie. Connie was closing her mother's house and Lou was picking up her kiln ,wheel, and other ceramic stuff. The car was quite full with the three of us, and all that stuff.
There also were the three pies that Connie baked for us. Connie has become the Thanksgiving pie maker. It's a well deserved title. But Ernie is still in competition and baked a couple of excellent pies as well. The rest of us do our part and eat the pies.
After we returned, Lou and chef Ernie went to the market to get stuff for him to cook. After they returned, I took off toward San Jose to beat traffic and be at the RV repair shop when the RV is finished. Leale's had promised it today. They close at 5pm and I got the RV from them, in exchange for much money, at 5:20, That's dedication. Everything appears to be working better. No exhaust manifold noise. The transmission shifts smoothly. And the service light is off.
Traffic was kind of heavy so I returned via the surface streets rather than the freeway. Usually faster at such times and much more relaxing. All ready for a trip next month.