As promised yesterday, here are photos so far:
The only problem I'm having is I'm moving too fast and too wide. I need to slow down and be more careful. I'm constantly hitting my head, scraping my hands, bumping my shins. My legs are a mass of large and small bruises. Yesterday I scraped my shin in the same place I already had a large bruise. I had to get some ice out to put on it, and today it still hurts. I look like an old woman who is taking too much aspirin. But I'll learn. I hope before shorts weather is here. : )
It was cool and windy all day yesterday, but it did clear up finally, and I got some nice sunset shots, which I'll show you tomorrow. I'm really liking taking sunset shots. You can't do much to mess them up.
It's a beautiful day here at the beach this morning. Not a cloud in the sky right now, and only slight breezes. I got here a little after 5 am, good thing, too, because it's 8 am, and all the parking in this area is already taken. The forecast is around 71 degrees along the coast today. It's going to be a super day.
For those who asked about the pots, see this post, where I explained where I got them, and for how much. I went to amazon.com and searched Magma nesting pots - 10-piece. This is the best deal I found, more pots for the same money as elsewhere. Maybe I'll make spaghetti tonight, and I can try out two pots and post a review tomorrow. I also have some frozen, sliced, butter/garlic bread that I want to bake in the oven. I haven't used the oven yet, and want to see how I do with that. I used the toaster/oven yesterday, and toasted some bagels. I haven't had a toaster in years. The bagels were perfect, I really liked the way it worked.
Katie and I are sleeping like logs on the airbed. Super comfortable, but we usually sleep really well when using the down comforter. I like it so much better than blankets. It seems to be warm in cool weather, and cool in warm weather. The only time we don't use it is when its hot in the evening. Then it really is too warm, but I always hate to store it away during the hot part of the summer.