Ordinarily, I don't like these island set-ups in RV's because there is so little space between the island and the opposite "wall" that it's impossible to get into the cupboards there without getting into some impossible gymnastics position. Here, they eliminated most of the cupboards on the island and moved them to other walls. One cupboard had a slide out that contained the waste basket. A very handy feature. Also, check out that full-sized refrigerator.
These features are available in many RV's these days, but usually, one has to go for the 40-foot or longer rigs. We want our fifth wheel length to be around what we have now, at 34 feet. We looked at this one a long time, but we're saving our pennies for that larger truck camper. Looking is still free.
We had some lunch after that and were alarmed to hear that protesters were moving to the Interstate Bridge just north of where we were eating. Fortunately, we were nearly finished and so paid our bill and left, hoping we could get home without delay. We were delayed, but only because of usual rush-hour traffic, and so it was fairly late in the day when we finally got home. Because of that, this is the sum total of what I quilted yesterday.
This morning I made my way to the bottom of Hocuspocusville once again and then moved my hoop to the right. All that's left now is to finish up the tree there on the right, and this one will be complete.
As for the protests, I'm really hopeful they'll wrap it up soon. I have a dental appointment on Monday right in the area where much of the trouble has been. You can be assured I'll be calling first to check on the status. Definitely, I don't want to get in the middle of that. It's sad, really. It's hard to know what the protesters hope to accomplish, but they're really only hurting ordinary citizens at this point. And this isn't the Portland I know and love, which makes me even more sad for the city and my country. With that, here's a picture of Portland on a better day, and fingers crossed for a brighter tomorrow.