What a beautiful morning. Warm temperatures, the sun shinning bright, and hardly a care in the world. I had a restless night and found it hard to sleep. But that’s what they make naps for during the day.
One more month, and one more week and we will be on the road again. Oh happy, happy, joy, joy! We have really enjoyed our time here and it’s allowed us to get so much done. We’ve made necessary repairs to Graybeard and we’ve been able to take care of a wide variety of medical issues. So, the time here has been fruitful. Enough is enough though and we are ready to roll again. When we do we’ll at least do so knowing we’ll be in the best shape all the way around as is humanly possible.
My outpatient surgery was a success. The doctor stated that everything looked to be in order and no cause for further concern. Still no answer as to what caused the problem in the first place. Just one of those things. I’m so grateful this all came up before we left or we might have had to turn around and come back. Once again, the good Lord put us in the right place at the right time. I’m ever so thankful.
One more item to take care of with Graybeard. When it rained sometime back I noticed that the carpet in the one corner of the bedroom was soaked. So what’s with that? A little investigating and I discovered that the bottom inch or so of the slide seal is ripped off leaving a hole for water to come through. Like they say, it’s always something. Time to replace all the seals on both front and back slides. Better now than after the floor is ruined.
That’s about it for us as we continue to travel down the road of retirement. The Ranger at the Battlefield wanted us to stay through April but sadly we told him we just couldn’t do it. He then told us there would always be a spot for us whenever we wanted to return. That makes both of us feel good knowing that our work has been appreciated.
Hope your day has been a good one. Thanks for checking in with us. I’m going to try to get back to doing a regular blog each day. Some may be shorter than others but that’s life. Take care.
These are the voyages of Graybeard and it’s occupants, four paws and two humans. Our continuing mission: to explore as many new states as possible, to seek out new acquaintances and make new friends, to boldly go where we have not been before
See you on down the road