This collage isn’t what I had in mind but Picasa had other ideas tonight—I may have to seek Rick’s help in creating slideshows and decent collages! I tried Google+ also and didn’t have any more luck there than in Picasa.
Today was spent unpacking and catching up—laundry, etc. I did manage to get a couple rows quilted on LoraLee’s quilt. I looked longingly at my unfinished projects as I unpacked—maybe I will get back to those soon!
The TinTeePee had two rows of orange-ish trim which had faded to a dirty gray—this trim went around the entire outside of the trailer. Michael pulled out the old and installed new, bright orange trim today to match the decals. He also put the couch back inside the rig as well as the two twin bed mattresses. When I get the trailer all cleaned and the beds made I will take some photos.
Yesterday we lost a very good friend, Gene. Mary and Gene live in Spokane and we stopped to visit them on our way home from the Oregon coast. Mary and Gene had a wonderful life together—they were both school teachers retiring early, sailing, traveling and enjoying life. Gene’s health had been deteriorating for several years and Mary called this morning to tell us he had died. We met them in Tucson, AZ in 2003 while participating in the Cowboy Action Shooting sport—they were both shooters. We will miss him very much, may he rest in peace.