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Monday, August 24, 2015

TVC - Day 106 - T minus 4

As Sunday began I realized we had just 4 days left in our working sojourn here at TVC, and as I write we only have Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday remaining.....on Sunday we had 100 departures and just 12 arrivals.......our "Who's In The Park" report showed just 179 sites occupied......so, all that being said, it should have been a very easy day, and it was.  All of my departures with one exception were gone before noon time, and once again it is eerily quiet in section 'E' by the end of business.  TLE continues to improve day by day, and is has been easy for her to leave the office early the past two days as it has been so quiet, and Sunday was no exception as she clocked out at 1400 hours.

We continue to experience very cold nights and mornings, and the temperature swing continues to hover around 35-40 degrees between the highs and lows.  

Once my rounds were done I spent a good deal of my time doing some 'deep cleaning' in the tent sites located in sections 'A' and 'E', and then clocked out around 1440 hours for the day.  By the time I got home TLE had left to go shopping at TJ Maxx for new bed sheets, and, thankfully had turned on the A/C to cool down the coach.....by the time she returned an hour later we turned off the A/C and opened the windows.  I set up the outdoor TV to watch another NFL pre-season game between the Titans and Rams.......

Left to right: Tracy, Sam and Maria

.......just about the time I finished turning on the TV I heard a familiar voice that I had not heard for close to 18 months.....as I turned around I saw Sam Morrow lumbering across our site with his wife Tracy.....just like Brian and Maria they are in the area preparing for 'Burning Man', and they are already in full 'Burning Man' regalia, including colored hair.  We first met Sam and Tracy in, you guessed it, Cedar Key, FL back in December of 2012, and have met up with them a couple of times over the past few years.  As we stood talking and catching up I could not help but realize that once again how cool our amazing community on the road is....we talked as if we had just seen them yesterday.

Around 1800 hours I turned on the BBQ to grill some pollo asado for TLE so she could create some of her amazing Pollo Asado Fajitas for dinner.  We sat outside enjoying the balmy evening air, but by 1900 hours the chill of the coming evening was upon us so we reconvened inside for the rest of the evening.

We watched current (recorded) episodes of 'Last Ship' and 'Falling Skies' before heading off to dreamland once again.......

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