Slept much better last night. Woke a few times but only to turn over and go back to sleep. No feeling wide awake. Yuma was up and wanting out at 7:30, so we did our walk around the desert routine. Ground squirrels live in holes where we walk and Yuma sees them running around and bolts across the desert floor hoping to beat them before they go underground, but never does.😄
We had our normal breakfast lasting till near noon. Nothing is happening outside the White Lion. Bummer! A mechanic came in around noon, needing to get the engine ID number so they could order the correct oil pump. I thought Steve said, it had been ordered yesterday, but guess not.😟 Not looking like we'll be leaving tomorrow. We felt lazy, so just laid around until 2 o'clock when we played a game of Chess.
Around 3:30 while taking Yuma for a walk for a little exercise, I spied this:Maybe, just maybe, my oil pump and gasket just came in. Too late today, for them to do anything, for sure.
I certainly hope everything goes well and you boys are on your way tomorrow! Keeping fingers crossed. 🤞ReplyDelete
Me too. Very anxious to see the White Lion back on his feet.Delete
I never thought I would hope this for anyone but....I hope they want you out of there tomorrow afternoon...ReplyDelete
I'm glad we were heading home earlier than planned otherwise I wouldn't be this patient. But they are in charge at the moment and all I can do is wait.Delete
Fingers crossed that they want you to move on tomorrow - safely though. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Patsy. I'm ready. Be so glad to see the White Lion back on his feet.Delete
Hoping the best for tomorrow, and you will be on your way. Stay safe.ReplyDelete
Thanks Bill. I'm excited and hoping to hear the White Lion roar to life today.Delete
Yay!!! It's about time they got off their duff!!! Take it easy though ... no screaming fast for home!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Nancy. No hurry to get home to the cold country. Just want to get out of here.Delete
Keeping our fingers crossed for you to be back on the road tomorrow.ReplyDelete
Be Safe and Enjoy!
It's about time.
Thanks Rick and Cathy.Delete