We got home from w*rk last night just in time to watch God’s fireworks show over the bay. A thunderstorm moved through coming in from the lake and we had a front row seat to witness first hand the lightning bolts descending from the sky above. It was an awesome display and, thankfully, far enough away from us to make it enjoyable to watch. Katie didn’t much care for the thunder part, but was mesmerized by the light flashes.
Yesterday morning we did a few chores around the house, made a Home Depot and Walmart run, and stopped by the bank to deposit large sums of money (wifey comment, “Yeah, right!”). We were able to get the material needed to repair the water filtration system so I will be able to get that back on line shortly. Other than that, w*rk encompassed the rest of our day so there’s not a whole lot to tell.
Speaking of w*rk, we just passed the half way point; another seven and a half weeks to go. It’s hard to believe that we’ve been here for almost eight weeks, but on the other hand, it seems like an eternity. The w*rk is not hard, at times it’s rather boring, however, it does occupy large quantities of time. We are beginning to feel a huge case of hitch itch setting in. That’s normal for us after two months of being in one spot anywhere except for Rainbow Plantation. A couple of other workamper couples are taking a three day RV trip to Munising, Michigan to view Pictured Rocks and do other “stuff”. That’s not a bad idea and it would help break up the time.
Well, that’s all we’ve got this morning so – May God Bless - - - - - - - - -