Debbie had a 2-week break between summer and fall semesters and so planned on driving to California to visit her dad and her friends. I decided to drive with her. We took her car since it gets 3X the gas mileage of my RV.
Mark also decided to fly down from Seattle for a week, so both my kids were in California.
Brion learned of a museum near John Wayne airport that had a special exhibit of 1930's era Packards along with its airplanes, etc., so we checked it out. The Lyon Air Museum is a small place, but was packed with interesting exhibits, videos and memorabilia. My favorite of the cars was this 1934 Packard Runabout. Wouldn't it be cool if I could tow that behind my rig?
They have some pretty big airplanes in there including a B-24, a B-17 and this DC-3.
Overall, a great place to spend a couple hours.
Sally had some conferences for work in San Diego and she and Ted came up for a day. It's been a great time for family visits.
And now I'm anxious to get my RV out of storage and back on the road.