Woke up at my normal time of 7 o'clock and felt rested. However, we laid in bed for another hour catching up on the world and my blog friends. Dolly wrote to tell me it was 14 degrees back home. Brr!
Looking out the window I could tell it was going to be a partly cloudy to mostly cloudy day and they call for 60 degrees for a high and it is 55 now. The wind was still coming out of the northeast at a 14 mph clip. Not the best day in "Sunny Yuma".
We had breakfast and I went the full Monty with bacon and eggs. Love bacon and eggs! It was about noon by the time I finished all three courses of my breakfast.
Yuma wanted to take a walk, so I walked and he ran around the desert. For some reason he loves to run through the sand at top speed. Didn't take my camera. Darn!
At two, I decided it was time to pull out my local boosted TV antenna and see if it would pick up more than the channels from Mexico.
The clouds looked weird as if it may rain today. My antenna is on the left and the RV antenna is on the right. Not too much difference in height. It took me awhile to figure out where to plug the cables and after calling my professional wiring guy, and also my son Jim, I got it working. To my surprise I not only got the Mexican channels, but ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox out of Yuma. Now we're talking.
As evening came on I could hear a little pitter patter on the roof. Mind you, there was not much, but it did sprinkle for a minute or two. That's big news around Yuma and they talked about it on the weather at CBS news time.
I just had to take some pictures of the clouds.
|Here comes our great rain fall!|
|See the Wall crossing the sand dune?|
|Power towers heading for the sand dunes.|
|Clouds and wind make for beautiful sunset!|
Time now to finish up this post and have my dessert before Yuma and I head off to bed.