Thursday, April 18, 2013

Almost Back To Normal

We had a few inches of snow last night.  We took this photo on our walk today at around 11 a.m.  It is now after 2 p.m. and the snow is basically gone.

The maintenance guy came by and noticed that our water handle was broke.  Mama had to listen to his lecture about it.  Dad broke it the first day and she broke it yesterday.  If you turn the water on below 32 degrees, it breaks. Mama thought it was okay to turn on, but not to leave hooked up.  Mama broke it getting water for us.  The guy fixed it and told Mama it was safe to fill up the tank. She said "Nope, I am not touching it."  He hooked it up for her and told her it was fine to use, but to unhook it when the tank was full because it will be freezing again tonight.  It looks like we will have to do that every day since our night temperatures are below freezing. Tomorrow, it will be in the 50's, so it should be safe to use, but Mama will probably leave it unhooked.  BOL!

Our slides are back out!  We are happy campers.  We may get snow on Monday, but that is a long way off, so we will live in the moment and enjoy having more space.

We took a long walk at lunch time.  The path didn't go anywhere exciting, but it had some pretty views.

We met a lady who is trying to make her way home to Montana.  She has been stuck here.  She and her husband are in a little camper.  She said they are tired of looking at each other.  She agreed with Mama that winter camping is not fun unless you are in a warm place.  She said they are leaving tomorrow no matter what.  She said the highways have been closed on their route and that is why they are still here.

The folks ate at a restaurant that they really liked on Sunday.  Here is Mama's review: TOCABE: An American Indian Eatery   We didn't get to try anything. 

Joey,
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