Slept rather well last night considering. Because I'm facing North/South in my new site I saw the predawn sky.
|Dawn of a bright new day.|
Got up at 8 o'clock but no cereal this morning because I have no milk. I'll remedy that sometime today. I decided to keep my activities to a minimum today. Don't need another crisis on my hands.
I set-up the Dish early in preparation for tonight's Gold Rush. Then, we laid around an absorbed the beautiful sunny day with a slight breeze. High today will be 70 and that is perfect.
|Black Mountain in the background.|
Around 1:45, Yuma and I headed to Why, ten miles south on hwy 85 to take a few mural pictures and to see if they have whole milk.
|The Why Not Travel Store|
|Back of the restrooms|
|Side of the store|
|Saw her the other day. Must love it here.|
Got home at 3 o'clock and checked on the pan under the MH and it appears to be a problem that has to be handled sooner than later. Decided, I will just keep emptying the pan back into the toilet till tomorrow and I will crawl under and see if I can stop it temporarily or not. If not, I may be heading to Tucson sooner than planned.
Got dinner over early tonight. I was done by 5 o'clock and watched a part of last week's Gold Rush and then the new one at 6 o'clock. At 7 o'clock, I started my post and as I'm finishing up, Yuma couldn't wait any longer and went to bed. I think he's giving me a big hint that it is time to call it a day. I'm sure me being upset yesterday had an affect on him too.
I almost missed the Moon rising in the East tonight, but caught it before the Sun's rays were gone. I'll watch more closely tomorrow night.Thanks for stopping by.
Beautiful sunrise there this morning. Milk sure isn't cheap around there. At least Yuma got to see some new friends. Interesting to see that girl playing hopscotch on the sidewalk. Hope the MH repair is and easy one.. It was probably a good idea to take it easy today.ReplyDelete
Great sunrise and nice picture of the moon over the tailings. Glad you finally scored some milk. The Plaza in Ajo is beautiful. Hope whatever is wrong is an easy fix that is not a great place to have a leak.ReplyDelete
2% is so close to skim milk....Yuk!...I'm with you two, no amount of Nestle's quick would make it drinkable..ReplyDelete
Love the pic of the happy little girl! Hoping your problem isn''t a big one, but it doesn't sound good. Nice you got your milk. I rarely buy it other than a little pint for mashed potatoes or something or when the grandkids come. Love the sunset pic!ReplyDelete
Milk is only for making cake. THAT is what's for breakfast!! Sorry to hear about the black tank. It doesn't sound too bad. Hopefully it's a quick fix. It certainly has been a beautiful full moon ... your picture is gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Nancy. It was hard to find half gallons. They push the gallons hard here for some reason. And thanks for the repair referrals in Tucson.Delete
Hi Doug, when we had a problem with RV dump valves leaking I ended up getting you of these twist on valves at a Walmart or camping world. If you dont want to click on the link below just do a search for rv dump valves and it will show these. they fit on the end of the dump pipe where you connect your hose. I am not sure you can find one in Ajo tho, you can try at Olsens or the hardware store.ReplyDelete
I desperately want to open a business in Why some day. Doesn't matter what it is, but I will name it, "Because I Said So."ReplyDelete
Hopefully, you have outside income Lee! Not much there other than the store/service station and a restaurant. 😁Delete
Oh hope that's just a valve and not a crack in the black tank. It must have ben caused by yesterdays off-road adventures :) JB Weld might be able to plug the crack.ReplyDelete
Yes it was Jeff. Climbing under there today to see if I can repair the damage. Will know soon.Delete
Love the pictures. I really hope we spend some time in this area this year! I really like the picture of the young girl enjoying her life. Congratulations on finding milk.ReplyDelete
Thanks Elva. Life is grand when you're five years old. Enjoy your day.Delete
Like Jeff said putting JB Weld around the joint at the Tank should fix it. If it's the Valve do like Jim suggested and use a Twist On Gate Valve for now then have the other Valve replaced when you get back home.ReplyDelete
Nice having an easy day.
Be Safe and Enjoy!
It's about time.