Sunday, January 12, 2020

Day 61, 62, 63, 64 - Hmmm, No Pictures

Thursday (61) - Another breezy day but still 104°F warmer than home. We’ve been here for 3½ weeks and we start heading east in just under a week. I think we are both looking forward to getting on the road again. I started to work on the curtains and put the header tape on the first panel to see how it looks. I then thought about doing at least two panels at a time as each panel is only 30” wide. It also turns out that, ideally, the length will vary depending on where the panel will hang. I’m glad that I didn’t cut and hem the all of the panels right off the bat like I was originally thinking.

Friday (62) - The wind is back today. 21 mph out of the north. Lows are getting into the upper 30s but highs are into the mid-60s (°F). This is winter in the southwest. I’m beginning to see a lot of posts from Quartzsite. The upcoming RV show and the gem show are starting to attract a lot of people. We will need to drive through there next week when we start to head east but have no plans to stop there. Since we won’t be able to fill the propane before we leave, I’ll probably rely on it less for heat for the next few days as I’d like to have at least 3/16th of a tank while traveling.

Saturday (63) - We started the day at 37°F but it’s not supposed to stay that way. When it had warmed up to 41°F, I turned on the heat pump and after a few minutes, it was producing warm air. Hmmm, it works better than I was led to believe.

Sunday (64) - Four days and haven’t taken a single picture. Maybe it is time to move on. We spent the morning in Bullhead City to pick up prescriptions and groceries. Using the Walgreens app, it has been very simple to refill prescriptions as we move around. Since we’ve been here for a month, it has been pretty simple to receive mail and Amazon packages. We won’t be fixed this long for a while. We have three two-week stays in Texas booked so far but no real plans after that beyond starting to work our way back west then north. 

4 comments:

SonjaM said...

If life settles into routine one doesn't take pics anymore. Moving on is always an option... for you guys anyway ;.)

ToadMama said...

I smile every time I picture you hemming and sewing curtains. Also, I agree with Sonja... picture volume usually decreases when a routine has been established. I am looking forward to your explorations/adventures in Texas.

RichardM said...

I only did the first (of eight) panels. Bridget said she wants to do the rest so you’ll need a new picture.

RichardM said...

Or the subject turns to something else like cooking, repairs or mods...