Yep folks, no television to speak of here at Green River Lake State Park. Two things that we can say about that. First of all, we don’t watch enough TV to really matter, and two, we’ll be w*rking so many hours that our day will be breakfast – w*rk – lunch – w*rk - dinner - bed. Also, Amazon is paying for us to have a Tengonet WIFI connection so there’s always Hulu.com, but we may just go to Family Video and catch up on some the latest movies that we’ve not see over the past two or three years.
Here is the sunrise as seen from Judy’s Chair – neat huh?
We got the grocery shopping done and put away. It was a cool and blustery day with the winds picking up during the afternoon so we just stayed inside. Some blog followers, Al and Karen, stopped by to introduce themselves. They are a young couple from Sag Harbor, New York (on Long Island) who sold their business and went fulltime in March of this year. They plan to w*rk their way around the country by taking both paid gigs and volunteering for their site. They are a nice couple and it was a great visit.
After Al and Karen left, we dropped by Thurman and Phyllis’ house. We just love the way they have decorated their fifthwheel. It reminds us of a grandpa/grandma house or apartment with lots of knick knacks and pictures neatly placed throughout the living spaces. You feel right at home and just know that a nice cup of tea will soon follow.
We spent the evening reading and watching a movie. Whenever we pass by the five dollar movie bin at Wally World, we check it out. So there are several movies in our cabinet that we’ve purchased but just never gotten around to watching.
Matthew called and was able to secure a Dora Puppy so now our Christmas shopping is officially over. Now the gift wrapping marathon will begin. We’ll get right on that over the next couple of weeks as well. Once we start our ten hour shifts (that may extend to eleven hour shifts with overtime) we’ll be too tired to read, watch movies, or wrap gifts but that’s what we’re here for – to make money.
Well, I’m rambling so it’s time to say fair thee well.
Take Care Until Next Time - - - - - -