|The sun was just starting to make an appearance when I|
stepped out the door this morning. I could feel the dampness
in the air. The Jeep and the Stinger "B" were covered in dew.
|Again this morning a heavy mist had|
|settled in along the mountains|
|The sun is up behind the clouds.|
|Around 11 o'clock we could see blue sky|
|and wonderful white clouds.|
|Michelle and Doug and their beautiful home on wheels.|
Michelle and Doug have a home in Kingman, AZ; talking with them it sounds like they spend a good part of their time traveling in this beautiful blue motorhome. Nice and colorful just like the Stinger "B". Doug had contacted us through the blog last month about getting together when we were in the Laughlin area. (They had met Shirley and Ken, Seeing America with Ken and Shirley, a few months back so she was able to give him our contact information.) Unfortunately, we got there just as they were leaving the area to visit family. Comparing schedules we could see we would be in Quartzsite at the same time in January so were looking forward to meeting them then. Then a couple of days ago we heard from them again. They were on there way a little north of us, going right through Quartzsite, and asked would getting together for lunch work. We were so glad they got in touch and it worked out to meet. What a lovely couple we had a nice lunch at Silly Al's and the conversation was wonderful. (Yes, Shirley we went to Silly Al's. No pictures you know me I have trouble remembering to take pictures. If it makes you feel any better, no pizza 😊 When you and Ken are here we can all go out for pizza.) We spent a great couple of hours getting to know them and chatting about this and that. As always when we are enjoying ourselves the time flew and in what seemed like no time at all it was time for then to continue on down the road.
Michelle and Doug, we are so glad you contacted us and we had the chance to meet both of you. Tom and I had a great time and are looking forward to the next time. Take care and travel safe.
|About 4:30 I could see the sun shining through the clouds|
as it was making its way down towards the mountains.
|Someone new moved into the neighborhood this afternoon.|
They are our closes neighbors.
|The sun left quietly this evening.|
|Then there was the smallest bit of color in the sky south of us.|
Since the first year we met Kathy and Rick, It's about time, we have made it a tradition to go out for a Fish Fry at the VFW together. Unfortunately, they will not be leaving Canada this winter. Missed you both this evening; we will just have to go twice next year. Stay warm.
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