Facts and notes

We have more wine than we need to get home and so I sold some yesterday and today.

The past few days have been spent packing up, moving our plants and cleaning. The dust has been so bad that the RV screens had to washed on both sides and wiped down. The RV roof was the dirtiest we have ever seen it.

Sadly the weather has cooled down again. This morning it was 66F and there was a great deal of fog. Colin loaded our Mr. Buddy, it appears that the road ahead is going to be chilly. April 6th we will be in Ely, Nevada.

Yikes to those temperatures.

Personally I have been reading the same book for close to a month. It is interesting but I need to read it more often to keep up with the story. I am sad to admit that I have totally stopped doing my kinesiology this month mostly because I have had no energy. Nor have I walked the beach but once or twice as I have been trying to protect my chest. A blog reader made a comment on my last post suggesting that I try using an antihistamine for a few days as it helped her cough disappear. Today was day two of using Claritin non drowsy as that is all I have. I think I might be just a bit better. I will take another one tomorrow.

The girls know that something is happening. They are sticking to each other and were not happy at loosing the freedom of their yard when we had to put them in a pen yesterday. They did have a great run on the beach and chased many birds. So happy that they were able to have a wonderful last day.

Carlie is curled up in the sun on the dash and Ciela is leaving over the bed she is in so that her head is retain on her sisters back.

Many are building small palapas all along the beach. Then they sell the shade to the many visitors during Semana Santa.

How have we got to this point? 129 mass shootings before the end of March!

I really missed joining them on the beach everyday. Next year!

We have had spontaneous happy hours for about 4 sunsets now. Last night we were presented with a special gift from a wonderful couple. Looking forward to hanging this in November.

We left the Isla today about 1:00PM and arrived at our favourite first night stop, at KM77 just north of the Culiacan autopista about 5:30PM.194 miles is a good drive to get back into driving after siting for 4.5 months. It was a great day for travel because of the clouds and the roads were quiet and no lines up at the toll booths. For the most part the roads were pretty good. We did have to slow down to 45MPH a few times. Ferne is travelling with us.

This blog post has taken a great amount of time, mostly because I have been unable to transfer photos from my camera to my desk top. I finally was able to download a few to share here by using the laptop. Complicated and time consuming. I still have favourites that I knew I took but can’t find. I think I need faster internet speed, etc. Hopefully I will have more of those photos to share with you in the days to come.


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9 thoughts on “Facts and notes

  1. Catheline says:

    You will be happy to hear that things are starting to warm up. The forecast for Wed, here in Ontario is 14. Nice to hear that you got off without a hitch, Safe travels!
    Love reading your blog

  2. Cindy says:

    Weather at home has been lovely +12 in the afternoons the last few days. Safe travels home!

  3. Jim and Barb says:

    Safe travels as you head north! The girls certainly have a good winter with all their beach adventures. I am sure they too are looking forward to getting home and smelling all the new and familiar smells around your property.

  4. Colleen says:

    Safe travels my friend.๐Ÿ’•๐ŸŒนโค๏ธ

  5. Glad your on your way home. It sounds like your lung issues need serious attention when you get home. Well be here until the 19th and I’m not looking forward to Semana Santa. You’ve had a rough winter and hopefully things will improve at home. Safe, safe travels.

  6. Karen says:

    Safe travels to you my friend ๐Ÿ’•

  7. Maxx Trails says:

    Safe travels and prayers that the weather holds for you.

  8. Susie says:

    Safe travels.

  9. Vernon Hauser says:

    Hope your trip home is a safe and uneventful one. Honk when you go through Boise. ( by the way we had snow this morning) I’m working on have better weather for when you come through. Vern, Boise Id.

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