Here's who I found: mickyjane, Frank and Chris, Diana, MIMI92R, and Laura. I'm sorry I didn't welcome you all when you started following Me and My Dog, but I'm really happy to have you, and Cari, following along on our adventures. Welcome Aboard! :)
Today I finally got out my RV cleaner and got to the bugs that were sticking on The Palms. I got this stuff at Walmart and hadn't used it yet, but it's supposed to get off black streaks and bugs. I had picked up a good number of bugs traveling across Arizona three weeks ago, and decided I'd leave here with a clean rig.
I got everything I could reach, which was most of the bugs, except the area over the windshield - the overhead bunk area. I don't have a ladder so I couldn't reach that high. I guess I should get one.
Last night I made two Birthday cards, one for my son, Tom, and one for my son-in-law, Matt. Then I completed and printed out an on-line California Voter Registration form with my new mailing address, signed and dated it, and it was ready to mail. I want to make sure I get my Vote by Mail form sent to my Mail Service. I was going to walk down to the Ranger Office this afternoon when they opened at 1:00, but two volunteers drove up to ask me about a package they received (it wasn't mine), and they took my mail for me. That was nice.
This is so weird, but this morning I figured out we've been living an hour behind. I guess if you don't have to go anywhere and you have no TV reception, it doesn't matter what time it is.
I had everything on Arizona time, and here in New Mexico it's Mountain Daylight Savings Time. I had to go around and re-set all my clocks an hour ahead, except my phone.
We're leaving Thursday morning, and I'm going to stop for gas, propane, a little grocery stuff, and laundry on the way. I'm about out of shorts, shirts and wear-unders, and need fresh towels and sheets. We'll be traveling only three hours to our next New Mexico State Park, so if we leave early, we'll still get there mid-afternoon.
I usually get all that stuff done a day or so before we hit the road, but they are on our way, and there's a windy 5-mile road up the hill out of here to the Interstate, so we might as well take care of things on the way.
No good photos today. I think I've about taken pictures of everything I can. I took photos of birds and squirrels today, but we've already done that on the blog. I did get a neat looking spider on the wall of the vault toilet building yesterday. He was a kind of big spider, and had the longest legs. Just sat there posing for me.