Monday, June 20, 2011

Getting Ready To Wash

What can I say?  Yesterday’s weather was perfect.  Today’s weather is perfect.  Tomorrow’s weather will be perfect.  Nothing to whine about?  Well, not exactly.  I just heard on the news that the price for a barrel of oil has dropped again, “rolling back the price and erasing all the gains for 2011”.  My question, “When in heck do they roll back the price at the pump?”  Diesel is still over $4.00 per gallon.  No, we’re not being gouged – not at all.  Okay, so much for that little rant.

We just received the news that fellow fulltime RVers Ed and Marilyn Dray have lost their fifthwheel to a fire.  It seems that a wheel bearing locked up causing the fire.  They were able to unhitch the truck, but everything else was lost.  They are in our prayers.  May God be ever close to them and bring them peace at this time.

Hope all you dads had a great day yesterday.  I did, worship in the morning, nap in the afternoon, and company for dinner last evening.  Friends from our past, Dave and Linda, joined us for a baked spaghetti dinner and conversation.  It was great spending some time with them catching up on our lives since we moved away from Maine fourteen years ago.

Today is “this is the way we wash our rig, wash our rig, wash our rig!”  I’ll do the hardest part this morning, that is, washing the roof.  It’s a mess with all that pine dust so it will take a good couple hours to get it clean.  This afternoon I hope to wash the front and rear caps and will finish washing the rig tomorrow.  The awning needs to be washed as well.  Note to self:  Don’t park under pine trees again (I know, I made that note once before, but this is just a reminder).

Well, that’s it for today.  Take Care Until Next Time  - - - - - -

1 comment:

  1. Pine trees are awful! Between the pine dust and the squirrels pelting us with pine cones... Please share any good awning washing tips you have. Ours needs a thorough cleaning!