Monday, Feb. 27th will be our last full day at Pilot Knob RV Resort for this winter. It is sad to leave it as we aren’t sure if it will offer us the services we want for next year. Although it is completely cloudy, it feels warm at 57F. Good day to sit tight if the rain is coming.
|Thought I would catch the sunrise, but this is as far as it got before clouds moved in|
also, because these leaves are closest, things are out of focus.
Before I go any further, the special thing about today is that it is my youngest grandson, Nathan’s 7th birthday. I thought the little gapher was turning 8 but was soon corrected! Happy Birthday Nate!
We were at the border within 15 minutes, paid the $6 parking rate and into Mexico. Today I made sure I wore running shoes so I didn’t get the offer to shine my shoes. We walked at a good pace through the first vendors. “No thank you, no thanks, got one, don’t need it”.
On 2nd Street and Ave A we asked directions to 4th and Ave B. Once we knew our destination it was easy to zip in and out without too many questions. We were headed to Dr. Eva Urena’s office. We had about a 20 min. wait and by 10:30 we were both done. We got the Traditional Cleaning for $35 which was great and we were happy with the results.
|Always thing we don't need|
I wanted to pick up a couple more gifts for back home so haggled with a young vendor until we both agreed on a price. I’m getting better at it now that I know how they work. Just tell them you’ll check others out and the price suddenly drops!
|We didn't visit the Purple Store|
It only took about 10 minutes to get through the line and back to our truck. When we got home it was starting to spit but Bill took a load of darks up to the laundromat and I started making some banana bread. I’ve got bananas to use up and Bill won’t eat them fresh.
Tomorrow we are moving so the Suite needs to be vacuumed and dusted before we close it up. On a rainy day we don’t regret the time it takes inside doing this stuff. We also have the hitch itch and are anxious to move on now that the decision has been made.
For some reason, maybe the rainy day, we were tired enough to crawl up on the bed for a snooze. Bill can usually drop off any afternoon but not me. It didn’t take me long and I was out like a light for about an hour. I guess I needed it. When I got up, it was still spitting a bit but mild so I headed up to the library to work on the puzzle again.
Supper tonight was leftover ribs from last night. I will reheat them in the microwave/convection whichever it uses for that. The banana bread turned out as far as I can tell, it looks and smells good at least! I’m sure Bill was taste test it for me tonight before bed.
I hope you’ve had a good day, whether you got rain, sun or wind. Every day our feet touch the floor is a good day.
Thank you for reading today. Your comments are always welcome.