Tuesday, December 06, 2016


Well crap. Its been too long since I posted something. Life is pretty much the same here still parked on Mom's property. Its been raining alot and has caused a couple of leaks on the roof of our rig around the fantastic fans. Dan had to get on top of our rig and put a couple of blue tarps over the fans until we get some decent weather so he can plug the leaks. RV maintenance. I do believe we're gonna freeze our butts off this winter because its sure cold today!

Dan is wearing my "daughter's" Seahawk hat. When he took if off, I sent it to her in El Paso.
My sister Peggy and son Jason at a craft fair here in Bremerton
Jenny and Jason sitting at her little selling place. Peggy is an author.......
OK, we now have a black squirrel in the orchard. Don't know if its a male or female yet. Its been coming around for about 2 weeks now. As of this writing we finally got to come up to within a foot of us. We can throw it a peanut. Actually we can throw it 2 peanuts and away he goes. We have several squirrels that want 2 peanuts at a time.

This how Bella "rolls" during the rain. Sometimes she'll sit on my lap under the big golf umbrella and sometimes she'll get under her own little umbrella.
Patiently waiting for a break in the rain so she can go stalk birds.
Getting the front yard ready for Christmas. My sister Christine has lots of blowups. I'll have to take a picture of it all set up and publish it in the next blog entry.
She put a blowup in the front of our rig.....

Thanksgiving dinner with son Jason and Jenny. Jason is a most excellent cook!

Dan with his daughter Audrey, cutting the turkey. Dan doesn't like turkey but you can see the ham on the plate just waiting for him.
The first snowfall. YUK!

Bella isn't liking what shes seeing........


Rick and Kathy Rousseau said...

Glad you've had some fun with your Family.
We lucked out staying Home last winter but now that we are Fulltiming it's good to miss the white stuff. What we don't understand is being in Arizona and watching reports that it is warmer back home.
Be Safe and Enjoy!

It's about time.

Kevin said...

I hate to tell you guy's but down here in Quartzsite it has been another sunny day, it reached 65 and it was a shorts and tee shirt kind of day. That reminds me I need some more sunscreen! Oh, we have a ATV ride tomorrow to Preacher Pass. It's supposed to be in the 70's next week.

Patty, Dan, Bella, and Bonehead in spirit said...

Geeeeeezzzzzzzzzzzz Kevin.....Rub it in. We so miss Quartzsite. If we were there, we would be on that ATV ride. We've been to Preacher Pass many times. Have fun on your rides!