Tuesday morning we drove just a little south of Manheim, Pa. to Roots Country Market. This market is only open on Tuesdays and is well attended. On this day the parking lots were nearly full but we finally found a spot to park. The market has stalls indoors and outdoors. We moved about the market as well as we were able purchasing some fresh vegetables and fruits and then some chipped beef and Lebanon bologna and made our departure. After bringing our purchases back to the motorhome we went to a restaurant nearby, Rino’s, for Taco Tuesday- this really was an Italian restaurant but had tacos for the special. We did spy a Mexican cook in the kitchen, though. The skies became a little threatening in the evening and we did have a brief thunderstorm.
Today, Wednesday, is our final day at this campground as we will be going to Centre Hall, Pa. tomorrow to camp with an Escapee group at a Bluegrass Festival. This morning we ran to a grocery store for a few things and then back to the campground. I made a cake in preparation for the weekend and made dinner. Midafternoon the electric went out in the entire campground for about an hour as I was trying to get some clothes washed. Shortly after the electric returned the skies darkened and we had a bump of thunder with rain. It has been hot and humid the past several days but it is predicted to be a little cooler and dryer tomorrow.