Woke up quite a few times during the night for no particular reason. Finally around 5:30 I went to sleep and when I woke at 7 o'clock I felt tired. Got up at 8 o'clock to start our day. Yuma enjoys his morning runs. No more snow on the mountains.
I have no plans for the day except just to enjoy it. It was 58 by 9 o'clock and supposed to warm up to 70 this afternoon. As I was getting coffee ready I heard a familiar sound outside.Thought I was back at the Salton Sea for a moment. Only one though!
Went over to Tom and Deb's for our morning coffee and chat and around 11 o'clock came back to finish my breakfast routine.
I didn't go anywhere today and just stayed around the site and enjoyed the day. I did see a hummingbird at the feeder, but gone before I could get the camera. Saw Red a little later for the first time in days but he didn't stick around either. Zero for two today😩
Yuma was a chasing fool today. Chased after Ravens twice and he saw a cow across the road and he was gone in a flash. Funny how he ignores horses but he cannot stand cows.
I didn't see much except for the cow running off and Yuma just turning around and sheepishly walking back because I was yelling at him.😖 He doesn't seem to want to chase them, just scare them. Just don't want him to run into one that doesn't run and kicks him instead.
Tom and Deb went on a road trip and when they returned we met for happy hour inside. The wind had picked up and the air felt cool. It's supposed to cool off next week with highs in the low 60s and lows in the mid 30s.
As I was fixing dinner, I caught a picture of the sun setting. The wind has died but I can see clouds moving in.With the weather turning cool again I'm seriously considering going back down the hill towards Tucson soon. Been here 17 days and this is the longest I've ever stayed in one place in all my years on the road! Definitely time for new surroundings.
Thanks for stopping by.
What a beautiful sunset! It's always nice to have a relaxing day with no plans. I hope it doesn't stay cool too long there. Yuma has a good day, no matter where he is.ReplyDelete
Usually don't have any clouds so the sunsets are kind of bla! Yuma just thinks everything is fine and just doesn't know all the dangers there are out here. Don't want to stay here if it gets cold again. Time to move on.Delete
When you come to Tucson, maybe we can get together?ReplyDelete
We can meet you somewhere. Take care, Rawn Stone
Moving to Pima County Fairgrounds. Be there a week. Not far from Green Valley. Let's plan on it🙂Delete
Sounds good Doug!Delete
Truly if Yuma gets kicked, he may not chase them any more. They can be pretty brutal!!ReplyDelete
I'd rather Yuma not learn the hard way. I'll just have to be more vigilant.Delete
Over two weeks there, doesn't seem that long as a reader. Settling into your next site might be easier during the week with less competition from the off-road crowd.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jeff. Next stop a boring rv park.😩Delete
Always nice to have relaxing days once in a while.ReplyDelete
Moving closer to Tucson might be better but remember the higher temps bring out the Snakes. Don't want Yuma going after those either.
A move would be the perfect time for emptying your Waste Tanks and filling up on Water.
Be Safe and Enjoy!
It's about time.
Thanks Rick. It is getting that time of year for snakes. I'm ready for a move.Delete
17 days? Your time there went by quickly for me! Cooler temperatures. I don't like those words....lol. We are leaving Tucson. Sorry to miss you.ReplyDelete
Sorry too. I'm sure next winter we will meet again. Have fun at Quail Ridge.Delete
Yes, 17 days in one place would be way too long for me as well.ReplyDelete