|Sky just before the sunrise|
|Good morning, Sunshine!|
The outdoor temperature was lingering around 48F and although I wanted to take a walk around the area, I wanted to wait for the dawn darkness to lift a bit more. Bill and I settled at our laptops to read some of yesterday’s posts and he made us each a cup of our our hot morning boost. Mine is tea and his is coffee.
Within the hour, we were out the door with our walking sticks following a sandy trailto the west of us. Of course, I over-bundled, forgetting that a brisk walk over hills and down dales would speed up the heart rate, thus raising my body temperature before too long.
|Our guides ahead of us|
|Burro tracks and other things not shown in the picture|
There was recent evidence of burros in the area but we didn’t encounter any this morning. I hope we do before our two-week stay is done.
|You never know what kind of set up some people have|
out here as their home base
The rest of the day was easily filled, first bacon and eggs on the Weber Q and then after dishes, I helped Bill adhere the strip of LED lights we bought in Quartzsite a few weeks ago. We’ll need to pick up the wire to finish the process of hooking them up.
|Ladder holder and tape dispenser-er|
Relaxing time was next so all three of us set out to do just that. Each with our book and Clemson in his tent we settled under the awning on this gorgeous day.
|Bill and Clemson under the sun shade|
|Clemson getting used to his tent again|
|You talking about me, Mom?|
|Fine then, I'm going to sleep now|
|but wait! Daddy wants to join you|
|Okay so we can settle down for a snooze|
Soon it was Happy Hour and Rob and Pat joined us for a nice visit and a tea. The time flies when we are having fun, no matter if it is a busy day or the opposite. Bill did manage to get his drone out for a flight today to get some pictures of our location.
|An overhead shot of our Suite|
|A little closer from a different angle|
|Permission to take this one of Rob and Pat's set up|
By 4:30 the temperature had dropped and a memory of home soon drove us inside. Yes, this place seems to be inhabited by hungry mosquitoes and they come out just around dusk. Bill barbecued our Tilapia filets and potatoes for supper while watching another beautiful sunset.
I hope you had an enjoyable day today, until next time, Good night!
Thanks for following along with us on these lazy days. Retirement in the southwest is pretty darn nice.