We left the campground, and headed to the city. Marty finally gave in to go to Urgent Care, since he continued to get worse. Derek spotted an urgent care on our way to the Coca Cola Tour. We pulled over, there was no wait, and Marty just walked inside and got treatment. The doctor thinks Marty got an ear infection from the pool in New Mexico. Remember, it smelled like a lobster tank? Yes, this is not normal, and he got an infection. (Sarcasm) He had a fever, tested negative for the flu, but he got his antibiotics, so we were all relieved!
We headed over to Rite Aid to drop off the prescription, and headed to downtown in Olympic Park. The first stop was the Coca Cola Tour. They closed at 5:00, and we arrived at 3:45. This was really cool! It was fun to learn the history, see all of the memorabilia over the years, and taste all of the flavors. It was really interesting. The tasting area was of course the kids favorite! They had so much fun. We let McKinley taste too, and she didn't want to leave. She has a sweet tooth like her momma!
After the Coca Cola Tour, we walked right over to the Aquarium. Since we arrived at 5, we saved $50.00 which was great! The Aquarium was nice. They had 4 whale sharks in the tank! They were gorgeous. We all enjoyed walking through. By this time everyone was getting hungry, and I wasn't about to buy food, because I had pot roast in our crock pot at the trailer. So we completed the walk through and headed back.
Marty got his medication on the way back, we had dinner, and Devlin went outside to play. We love this campground! It is a little close together, but there are kids everywhere, and there are a lot of activities. Today, I am working all morning while they go out and explore. Our old neighbor Donna Lee is coming over for dinner and we will watch the laser show this evening.
Marty and I need to figure out our next stop. Somewhere between here and Crystal River. We want to travel between 200 and 250 miles. So we will scope out the map this afternoon and make some decisions.