Still not doing much to write about. Working in RV - well Bill is working, I'm getting in the way. And trying to find stuff we put in boxes from the Alfa and when we do find it trying to figure out if we should keep it, throw it away, save for a garage sale OR find a place to put it. We also have company from Indiana who is staying with us. He is buying a house here in the park and we are dragging him all over with us. I did notice this new sculpture just up the street from us. It is under the sculpture of the chairs that I posted a picture of a couple of weeks ago. Kind of cute.
Some of the work Bill has been doing. Making storage up where we took out the bunk mattress. Still working on it here.
Yesterday we had some wind and rain and more rain overnight. So we went out this morning for a ride and to go to the Container Store for ideas. Came home down the strip. You can see the cloudy store - the blue sky between storms. Looking north up Las Vegas Blvd.
All kinds of characters out and about for picture taking. These people picked the wrong weekend to visit Vegas. Cold and rain.
Just a picture of the sky, trees and clouds.
Yes those building are really crooked.
New York in the desert.
Had been home for about an hour when we got a real gully washer - lots of lightening and thunder. It stopped raining now but think I just heard more thunder. Supposed to be on and off for another couple of days. It has really cooled down. A few days ago it was hot enough to turn on the AC - which didn't work! Called the home warranty company and they sent someone over. Got two new parts for it and now it works fine - now that we don't need it. Watched a race last night [on TV] Kyle won. A soccer game this morning - Barcelona lost and waiting for the Cup race later this afternoon.
The Book "ALL THE WAY TO ARGENTINA" IS NOW AVAILABLE
We invite you to relive with us the adventures and misadventures our family of 7 experienced while motorhoming down the Pan American Highway from California to Argentina in our 24' Pace Arrow motorhome. One of the original tiny homes - only 200 square feet for seven people.