Here's a link to some of the things that you might want to consider in and around Goshen while you're in the area:
Things to do in Metropolitan Goshen:
During the week at the fairgrounds, there will be meals most evenings (Sun, Mon, Wed, and Fri) and every morning (Mon-Sat). These will be full meals -- as Mom used to say, "If you leave hungry, it;s your own darn fault." There will be entertainment after dinner on Mon, Wed, and Fri.
We're working right now on a schedule of seminars, particularly early in the week. There will be a vendor area and an RV display going on through most of the week. The current plan is to have at least double the number of service techs that we had last year -- we worked those poor guys half to death.
There will be two days of plant tours, and a third if necessary, most likely on Tue, Wed, and, if needed, Thu. The optional tours are being scheduled Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri. We're taking a unique approach to an ice cream social.
I understand that the Phat Phrog Stunt Team has offered to help with the demolition of the bridge. Fortunately, cooler heads prevailed.
Finally, I noticed some comments about the RV/MH Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame. The RV/MH Hall of Fame has an RV show going on late in the week, so we chose not to go there because of the traffic mess and admission issues to the show. The Hall will be open during the show, but there might be a show admission in addition to the Hall admission. The College Football Hall of Fame closed last year and is being moved to Atlanta. The Studebaker Museum, also located in South Bend, is alive and well.