Yesterday morning we woke up to this pleasant surprise...the sun. We haven’t seen this guy in a little over two and half weeks. Boy was it a nice day both temperature wise and the most beautiful blue skies you’ve ever seen. Now this is what I call Fall.This naturally was an opportunity to break that old cabin fever and get outside for some chores. I help Sandy’s brother and his weed eating crew. We cut tree limbs, pulled under brush, trimmed hedges, raked leaves, and hauled four large trailer loads of all the trimmings to his land for burning. After that I jumped on the mower and mowed the three acres here where we base. A very tiring day but I enjoyed every minute of it since we’ve been cooped up for so long.
I also went up on the roof of the MH with my leaf blower to blow off the leaves that had accumulated. While up there I noticed several joints needed to be re-sealed. Maybe today will be a little warmer than what it was on Friday.
My sister moved to rehab yesterday and they plan to keep her there for a least two weeks. We talked to her and she sounded a lot stronger, They removed the tubes which were down her throat and she is now eating food. We are so thankful for her continued recovery.
Until next time….MtnAire Travlers.
We've been full timing for nine years. We retired out of Austin, TX after 43 years with one company. We started full timing in a 38ft 2000 Dutch Star DP and put 89,000+ miles on it before we recently traded for our current 2002 Mountain Aire 40ft DP.
We enjoy full timing and getting together with our friends and families.