It was another cold overnight and the morning started right off as slightly overcast and breezy. Yuma and I stayed close to home and then had a slow breakfast. After breakfast, we pulled our stuff over to Tom's place and just laid outside out of the north wind.
Everyone else had inside duties to take care of, so no coffee hour this morning. Hopefully, this is the last day of the cold wind from the north. Calling for a high of 70 tomorrow with 5 mph breeze. We are all ready for that. We have plans for tomorrow morning at the Quartzsite airfield, so it better happen.
In the afternoon, it wasn't bad, so Yuma and I took a short walk around the area. I didn't realize how large this place is.
Pipeline Road. Quartzite dead ahead with the Formosa Mountains to the right and the Dome Mountains to the left.
This is BLM (Bureau of Land Management) land. Owned by the people and monitored by the Government. It is areas of the country available for usage for a maximum of 14 days before you must move at least 25 miles distant to another BLM area. They do not want permanent squatters.
It is great for RVers that have self contained units with solar equipment for electricity. And anyone else too, such as guests in automobiles, vans and tents. It's a cheap way to travel and not have to pay for campgrounds that provide water, restrooms and electricity for a fee.
|Sun has to work today|
|Breezy and cool|
I had hotdogs for dinner. I've laid off giving Yuma people food. It seems to cause problems if I do it consistently. Then we watched Gold Rush while working on my post. I added Naked and Afraid to my calendar for Sunday evening. I like these outdoor adventure shows. (Has nothing to do with the naked part.) The new season starts this Sunday.
It seems that My Story on FB is not really what I want. I think I'll use it for a picture a day and place the link to my day's blog post in the comment area for the picture, so it can be easy to access. Hope that gets to the people that are not familiar with blogs, but use FB.
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I really like the picture you took with Yuma running ahead to the mountains. With any luck tomorrow will be warmer.ReplyDelete
Thank you. Today will be nice, I'm sure.Delete
Hopefully the sun comes out tomorrow and it warms up.ReplyDelete
Thanks Dolly. I'm ready for some nice weather.Delete
70 degrees here today, so you should be warming up quite a bit. I don't give Cooper people food other than chicken or beef. Of course he LOVES people food, but it causes problems.ReplyDelete
Yes, finally a nice day with light winds. I'll take it. I was giving Yuma a half a Hotdog with his food, but not sure if that was good for him. He stopped eating it, and that gave me a hint.Delete
I hope you folks enjoy the air show. Not much wind and some nice sunny skies are predicted.ReplyDelete
I was really hoping with the better weather, you and Riley would be up for it. Hope you feel better soon.Delete
Hope it's warm for the trip to Quartzsite airfield. You've missed a pretty easy winter here, knock on wood. No 70s but February we've had a lot of 40s and even 50s and hardly any snow but we have had some rainy days.ReplyDelete
That's good to hear, Steve. Amazing how cold it feels here with 50s and a north wind. Not fun going outside in it.Delete
Cindy used to like some home cooked shredded chicken with her dog food. Yesterday started out ok but that changed quickly. It was probably the coldest I have felt since being here. Hopefully today will be great and you will have fun at the airshow.ReplyDelete
It did turn out to be a great flying day. It has been a cold start to 2023. Hopefully, the cold days are few in March.Delete
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