I spent the day quilting, Michael spent the day doing this and that—sawing fence boards, fixing fence, rigging me a plastic cover for my tender little squash and cucumber plants and going into town to see his Dad.
Our birds are back—we have rosy red finches, goldfinches and lazuli buntings—those are our colorful ones.
I said in our last blog, our RVing priorities are changing. We love our Country Coach motorhome but in spite of all the job offers from John and Brenda and others, Michael needs a project. Do we need a 40 foot motorhome in which to go “camping” or to use traveling back and forth from Montana to Arizona?? We don’t think so. We love to camp in forest service campgrounds where that 40 foot motorhome won’t fit—thus the Avion trailer. The roads to get to some of the forest service campgrounds around here are not real roads, more like tracks. We wouldn’t dream of taking the Country Coach where we camped with Lonn and LoraLee the other night. Thus, the Avion trailer.
I (Janna) have lots of ideas about how to fix up the trailer—just need to get Michael on track with those ideas. He is mostly in agreement—it will make him a super Arizona project for next winter. Here’s a couple photos I found on the internet of a restored Airstream trailer—think we can make our 70’s Avion trailer look this good???
We may or may not get to see the eclipse—clouds keep obscuring the sun.