I've moved my rig around and put it on the other side of the rock art garden. This way I can throw out seed and get a better view of the critters who come to eat it. I like this direction, but I'm not quite level, so I might be doing a little more moving this way or that.
This direction also gives me views of the gorgeous glow on the mountains in the east at sunset. I find I enjoy these more than the western view.
When the coffee is made, I just fold up the cord, attach the plug to the back of the coffee maker, and it stays there, all neat and tidy.
I guess this is normal, but now that I have all the big stuff done to The Palms, I'm taking care of the little things that have been bugging me. Wheel covers, insect screens, etc. Most aren't blog worthy, but I love this little Velcro/cord solution.
|12 cups/$6.99 = 58 cents each|
|18 cups/$11.99 = 66 cents each|
Both the Club Coffee and many other brands of Keurig coffee cups are available at Walmart.
If you are a huge coffee drinker and have one of these coffee makers, you can order a box of 160 coffee cups from Costco on-line for $85, then your per cup cost is 53 cents. I used to get a big box at Costco pre- full-timing, but obviously space is now an issue and I pay a bit more per cup. I usually only drink one cup of coffee every day, so it's worth it to me to have a really good one.
WELCOME to our latest follower, Tina! She does not have any information about herself or a blog, so maybe she's just thinking about RVing for now. Tina, if you do have an RV blog, let me know and I'll give you a shout out. I appreciate you following along with me and Katie, Welcome Aboard! :)
Early sunset and the rock garden:
From Me and Katie, have a great Tuesday, everyone! :)