I have a new “Follower” today so I would like to extend a great big THANK YOU to Lynn-Country Heart and Roses for joining my group. Welcome Aboard, and I hope you will find something interesting to keep you amused!
Summer just might get here to Western Washington yet! Judging from the past few days you’d never know it was July. Most of the country is sweltering with near 100 degree heat (or above) and we’ve still been wearing jeans and light jackets. Tomorrow that is supposed to be changing, according to my MSN weather connection. Tuesday we are scheduled for a high of 80F. Wednesday a high of 87F. Thursday a high of 90F.
This is how it looked outside our RV door today at around 3:00 pm…..
An hour later this is how it looked facing the same direction…..
The second photo is the one I like! That is how it looks here most of the time in the summer months. The sky will usually be that beautiful blue color and we’ll have large puffy clouds in the heavens above. Fantastic! I have to admit, though, I’m not a fan of temperatures above 80F, and we are set to begin a bit of a heat wave in the next couple of days. The weather predictions around here are usually good for about 20 minutes and then they change again. It is something we have learned to accept since moving here.
Today was a no babysitting day, so I got busy defrosting the freezer. We open the door a lot during the day to get ice from the ice maker, so it does build up more frost on that side than on the other side. It didn’t take long to get the job done. I had to get the step stool out because our refer is taller than I am. I used the hair dryer to first warm up the icy stuff and then scraped the loosened frost with my spatula. In about 20 minutes I was finished.
Tomorrow morning that alarm is ready to buzz us awake at 5:30. We have 4 days of “duty” this week. We were so exhausted last night we were asleep before the fireworks were finished in the neighborhoods around us. Fine by us, we were tired!
Here is a photo of a great looking vintage motorhome we saw down in Chehalis at the Walmart a few days ago. Looks like an old Winnebago Brave. My cousin had one similar to this and I’d say this was probably a late 70’s model. It looked in pretty good shape and still ready to give folks some enjoyment with RV traveling.
Hope everyone’s week is getting off to a good start.
Until next time…..so long for now!