April 8, 2015
The past week has been a week of bad news and good news. Bad news...we were homeless Thursday, Friday and Monday. Belle had a visit to the spa...Jeff Fischer's RV Maintenance and Repair. Days were spent under an olive tree on our site that provided lots of shade in the pen with the Tan Clan...the tree was full of blossoms so we ended each day with stuffy noses and itchy eyes even though we added allergy meds to the morning regiment of vitamins. Good news, we were able to pick Belle up at the end of each day so we didn't have to pitch a tent.
Belle looks great...you would never know she had a boo-boo!
|Sanded and ready...|
That's Jeff on top...
Pete did the body work...
and Joe, a happy and satisfied customer.
Home Sweet Home...
|Maintenance done...ready to go!|
How nice to have them block the suns bright light and warmth at mid-day. Blinds can stay raised so Dover and I can enjoy one of our favorite past-times...gazing out the window.
Joe had yet ANOTHER MOHs surgery...the third one...for Basil Cell Carcinoma. This one was the worst which needed over 30 stitches. Good news, stitches will come out this Thursday.
Really good news, I do believe we will be pulling out of Tucson a week early...northward bound!
It really is unfortunate that our generation grew up without sunscreen! We never leave home without it anymore.
While under the olive tree...
one of us was quite restless
until he decided to roll play the story "The Prince(cess) and the Pea"
|Yep, that's four cushions!|
|But in the end, a lap is always better!|
Two of us played "Who can eat the stick the fastest?"
while one of us was a diligent watchdog.
At the end of the three days, we were all thankful for blue skies, fluffy clouds and a nice Arizona breeze.
Ahhh...California dreaming...dinner (Feb.'15) at the Bledsoe's beautiful home on wheels.
Dungeness Crab cooked to perfection with all the fixings!
Until next time, take care, enjoy...
|Sunset at Gates Pass with Jim and Mary Ellen...|
...and happy trails!