Park Place RV Park
On Friday, Dec. 1st we greeted the day and month with clear skies and dampness in the air. We’d had a decent rain late evening with some thunder and lightning before I went to bed. Desert dampness is hard to explain, it isn’t grass you smell but the aromas of earth rising like you’ve never smelled – unless you’ve been here.
|What? That looks like a duck is walking Gibbs!
I didn't even have a hat on. 😂
I slipped over to the clubhouse and put our sheets in the washer, and was the first to arrive. I had my blog to finish and after my tea, Gibbs and I walked. Because there was no wind, there was a warmer feel to the morning yet it was still only 46F/7C. Bill left for the flying field with his Piper wing strapped on the back of Black Beauty for the ride. 😊 I hope he got a picture.
After the sheets were dry, I went back and worked on the puzzle with the girls. Not surprising, after 2 ½ hours, we were finished. This was another fun one with familiar gardening stuff from our home on the Ridge. It was only 11:30 so I sat outside with Bill and Gibbs until noon hour and we had lunch. Today, I sliced and toasted the homemade bread. Bill had a tomato sandwich and I just had butter. It was tasty just like that.
It was a
warm enough day that I slipped out into the gazebo while Bill worked on planes
(I say worked but I mean putter) and Gibbs played with Ken’s plastic bottle. 😊 I wanted to try a new design on rocks and was very pleased
with how they turned out. I run out of ideas so I may just be making the same
kinds over and over, it keeps me out of trouble! At 3:00, a different neighbour
came over to chat with Bill about his planes – he does draw attention! – and at
3:45 we got cleaned up and drove to town.
Pina Coladas to start
A quick stop at the post office to drop a couple of birthday cards in the box and then to Silly Al’s to meet the group. We were first there and ordered a Pina Colada each while we waited.
Mmmmm, loved this one too.
(pepperoni, sausage, mozzarella, black olives,
mushrooms, onion and green pepper)
Of course, I have leftovers. ♥
Bill's favourite, Al's Hawaiian
Tonight, I decided on a different pizza from my norm and tried Al’s Combo House Favourite. I’ll sure order it again! ♥ Good food and chats ensued and when we parted we agreed to meet them shortly at Roadrunner for a campfire.
It was a lovely calm, albeit cool,
evening. Finding the way in the dark is a treat but with Bill’s ‘cookies’ on Black
Beauty’s gps, we find it easily enough.
around 8:30 when we were headed home. The news today from my sister, Gayle and
John, is good. They are making a good run and good time on their journey and stayed at Terre Haute, IN last
night. Continued safe travels to them both. It was a warm enough evening for
them that far north so that is always a bonus. This was another of those
wonderful days. Here, there and everywhere with friends.
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