Welcome to Unknown (11/4) and smeekins222 (11/5), who don't have photos or blogs or any information shown, but we're happy to have you both along with us on our adventures!
Welcome also to Jim and Gayle, who have been full-timing since 2008! Because there wasn't a photo, Jim and Gayle were also at the end of the Followers list, but they do have a blog with their travel adventures and great photos; I enjoyed reading the last bunch of posts to catch up a bit. They also started posting in 2008. How have I missed your blog for this long??? Well, I'm following you now, too! (11/6)
And Welcome to Tippy, who is still working, but looking forward to getting a van and becoming a vandweller. She said in her profile that she found this lifestyle by accident when she found cheaprvliving, and was delighted to find people actually live this way. Good luck, Tippy! I hope you achieve your dream!
Welcome aboard to you all, and thanks for following along with Me and Katie. :)
Katie and I walked down the road and over to the edge of the main road to get more photos of some burros that came closer to our area. Katie doesn't seem to like this street, it has lots of little rocks on it, and I think it hurts her little pads, because she walks really slow and carefully. Yesterday suddenly she started walking faster, even went ahead of me. I looked down and this is what I saw:
Smooooth sailing. She is so funny! :)
I got a close-up of this little one:
More birds at the faucet:
There's a bird nest in the tree next to The Palms. I haven't seen any birds around it, though.
Today I took a long shower, washed my hair, cleaned the linoleum floors, vacuumed, dusted, washed some of the windows, cleaned off the bugs outside, went up on the roof and oiled my antenna, took the MaxAire kitchen vent cover off and cleaned the vent cover, checked out the roof, and then I sat in the campsite in my chair with Katie and read my Kindle for a while. It was beautiful outside. So nice to have everything clean before I move on to the next stop.
I haven't hooked up to the water since the faucet is so far from the electric plug-ins. I finished up the water in my holding tank and decided to plug into the water faucet and fill it before I leave. I was going to do that on my way out, but decided to do it today at my site. Because of the leak, the fittings were encrusted with chemicals from the water and I couldn't get the hose to screw in. I flagged down a county worker and told him, and a little bit later he was back wtih another county worker and they cleaned it up and were able to attach my hose for me.
I had to unhook the electricity and move The Palms back a little to reach the faucet with my water hose. Now I won't have to worry about fresh water on our way out - we'll just dump the grey and black tanks, then we're on our way. I want to check out a casino for a free stay for a few days in Phoenix.
walked around near the front window, and flew to the ground.