This morning when I woke up at 7:30, I wondered why it was dark out. Opened the sash and what did I see. FOG!There was a mist, so wet it felt like drizzle when I stepped outside. When the mountains emerged from the mist, they looked like they had snow on them, but at 56 degrees, no chance.
As I was finishing up, Eric and Susan stopped by in their motorhome. They're pulling out and headed further into California to Palm Springs to meet friends. I'm sure I will see them again before the winter is through.
After everything dried up and the sun peaked out, I decided to work on the steps again. Need to figure out how to keep them up now that I removed the electric arm that pushed them down and pulled them up.
I ended up drilling holes in the steel walls of the bays on either side of the steps and running a metal rod across to hold them up. Now I have manual steps that nothing can go wrong with. Happy camper for now. If the White Lion makes it home then I'll fix the electrical problem.
All done and near 4 o'clock, I decided to see if I could find Gaelyn, Geogypsy. In her last post she mentioned she was camped near the Tumco Mine just a few miles north of my place. We usually try to catch up with each other at least once each winter season.We had a very nice chat till the sun dropped low and the chill started to move in and we said goodbye until the next time.
Yuma and I made it home just in time for Gold Rush and dinner. Forgot to pull something out of the freezer, AGAIN! So, it was a ham and cheese sandwich with chips and dip for supper. Could have had hotdogs, so I did have a choice.
Watching Gold Rush, White Water and finishing my post for tonight's blog. Can't wait for my Tapioca pudding with lots of whip cream for desert. Another busy day.
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