I then opened up one of the walls. Oh no, the water dropping right next to my electric converter. A large puddle of water was around, but not on the converter. Thank goodness that could have been a disaster.
Several days pass. We are at another camp that will be hard to leave. Last weekend Jagger and I hosted another barbecue here at the lake with Cheryl, and her friends Bob and Danette. I enjoyed visiting with them. Bob and Danette actually live on the lake not far for our camp…
I too am not immune to the bug, I came down with a terrible chest cold and cough last Sunday. I felt it coming on Saturday as we were visiting the museum, by that night I knew trouble was brewing.
This is the longest I have sat in one place since I left Mesa earlier this year. Having family near is a blessing and it keeps me busy between my maintenance projects with fun times, like the “trick or treating”.
Driving down the road the Workhorse responds better. Is that actual or perceived? I don’t know I tell Jagger to answer his thoughts. It always feels good to have new tires, even though it was so expensive…
Our drive is the best, uneventful. It’s only a hour and a half and we pull up to the Gate. I meet the nice Hostess at the window. ..
“You know Jagger, I really enjoy the drive east, but I am ready to stop somewhere for a while.” We have now been traveling three weeks, stopping along the way for a few days at times, to get the “flavors” of the areas that we touch. That has been nice, but there is just so much to see and experience. As much as travel inspires me, I need to focus on an area to really appreciate it.
Later that day, Jagger and I drove to the market and on our way back went to the Lake Onapa, which was only a short 1/2 mile drive. “Turtle Crossing” ahead and yes I see it Jagger. Oh there are several little guys making their way across the street.
We woke early the morning of September 7th to partial clouds. Jagger I started the day by going for our morning walk, usually not more than a mile or so. The weather was looking somewhat unpredictable, but still a beautiful morning.
I accepted delivery of what I now call “The Coach” in February 2013. That day became the first of many following days of exploration and adventure; not to mention the […]
This past year was an accelerated learning experience for me and the learning isn’t over. I have enjoyed the transition into retirement very much, considering I was a workaholic most of my life. I think what made the difference is I tried something new, “Full Time Rving”.
‘Twas a cold winters morning and the puppy was still snoring, while visions of goodies pranced in his head. I too was sleeping when suddenly I awoke to a small soft steading beeping. What, not Santa’s Reindeers, so where was this beeping from?