Well, well, well, I’m back again. A lot has happened since my last blog. Let’s see, health wise. Kraig, our 40 year old son is traveling with us. His heart isn’t in great shape but he’s doing fine. We monitor his food and drink and he’s doing what the doctors want.
Carol is doing fine and is doing line dancing when ever she can.
The cat kinda had a rough day walking in circles but is doing very fine now.
Mom Hill is still in assisted living and deals with HOSPICE more regularly.
I had emergency brain surgery 23 Nov. They cracked the skull, mixed things up with an egg beater (dull?) and everything is well now.
We sold one RV and traded in the other one for a 27’ Class A gas Winnebago Intent. Got about $1,500 into the Ford F53 chassis due to the very short wheelbase.
We left Livingston 1 March for the West coast.
Dennis, Carol, Kraig and one cat and we are camping!
We’re back in Livingston, Tx. We left about 8:30 am or so. We had a little over 200 miles for us. We did pay $2.49 for gas here and $2.55 in Haskill, TX. Overall the class C averaged 8.5 mpg. Considering that most of the trip was in mountains and towing, 8.5 is good.
We returned to a yard that has some 12 inch high grass in our driveway. Otherwise everything is the same. We haven’t found our emergency extra keys. We haven’t found them but they will appear. We only have have one Harley key and it’s with them, where ever.
I got the Mariner out of the barn and had to move the Journey to the end of the driveway. Now it needs insurance. The Journey needs to get ready for sale next month. A lot of cleaning out details and sweeping it out. Probably run down to Freightliner Houston to get the one idiot dash light plugged up to their computer. It comes and go the last couple of years. I checked everything but the thing still comes on some time. I’ve been told that it’s just a sensor and not to really worry about it. Tell that to a future buyer!
Saw Mark’s car at La Colonia as we drove by. He really likes La Colonia Mexican food.
We had left overs for dinner….
Retirement has a lot of left overs one way or another……..
We get 20 some TV channels and that’s not counting the religious or Mexican TV channels. Plus we get Verizon and WiFi, plus full hook ups FREE. Just the yearly fee of $400 or so. I guess it’s not so cheap. Two weeks in and then one week out and that’s a year at any of the original TTN parks.
We let the little heater run on low last night so it was OK when we all got up which was 0830. We agreed that 0900 we would meet Mark and go out for breakfast. We hit the Jeep door at 0900 and Mark was walking over. We drove around the extra small town until we found a dinner that had more than four parked trucks in front. We did and it was great food.
We had lunch at the camper. It was left overs from our dinner last night at the Chinese place….Ummmmmm good even for left overs.
Oh. Yesterday when we got here we took the cat to the local vet. He said he needed to keep here over night and check her out. Today about 4 PM we will go to the vet and hopefully pick up the cat at that tine.
4 PM at the vet’s.
This king rules the vet’s office. He’s on the counter.
The cat is fine….just a little dehydrated before.That night we all played Sorry. I was the grand pow paw champion – two games.