Rain, nasty wind, 43 degrees—am I back home in Montana and just don’t realize it???
I won’t even bore you with today’s RV searching disaster—I’m starting to sound like a broken record!! Gina and I drove around all afternoon looking at apartments here in Aransas Pass, Ingleside, and Portland with no success. Seems ground floor level apartments are scare as hens teeth as we say here in the south! Now, as for me, I never wanted to live in a ground floor apartment—one for security reasons—too many entrances (windows) for a bad guy to enter and two—I really dislike the sound of people stomping around above my head. But Mom has a hard time with stairs and needs a ground floor. Tomorrow is another day.
Did you hear our own blogland bird lady Judy has had her hip surgery and is recovering nicely with the help of her brother who she calls Nurse Ratchet.
I got up just as Michael was heading out the door at 5:30. By 7:30 I had my spaghetti sauce made and a load of laundry in the dryer. Emmi got up, we went for our brisk walk, came back and dumped the black water tank—I’m just getting so handy!! Off to the quilting trailer, I got my friend Jane’s first quilt loaded—it’s so bright I may need sunglasses! Maybe the bright colors will ward off this winter gloom we are experiencing! Gina spent some time cutting out pieces for her newest project. Our little trailer is small but so far we have found room to do anything we need to do—it is so great to have a space to spread out our quilting stuff! I think I never did much sewing in the RV as I used the dining table and it was just too much trouble to move everything each time we needed a spot to eat.
Rollie and Gina are joining us for dinner tonight—spaghetti, YUM!
“The cold wind is continuing to make conditions miserable across the entire area, but especially along I-90 between Billings and Livingston in the Big Timber area. At least three semi-trailer trucks have been blown over along that area Tuesday morning. Gusts up to 60 mph will make travel difficult, producing areas of blowing and drifting snow.”
The above quote was taken from the KTVQ Montana website—how would you like to be pulling one of those high profile 5th wheels in that kind of wind!!!!