Monday, November 25, 2019

The beginning of Thanksgiving week......

7:03 am - Monday - November 25th - Ramona, CA - 36° F, 89% humidity, wind 3 mph out of the southeast....clear, blue skies today with a forecast high of 65° F.  Just finished riding my Haibike up to the microwave tower for my 3-4 times weekly downhill plunge....it was cold out there!

Sunday will go down as the warmest day Thanksgiving week, and perhaps for the next two weeks as the forecast shows more rain on the way with a bunch of days in the 40's and 50's.  TLE and I began our day with a local hike right here in the park.....



......I managed to climb up on the rocks to take a couple of pictures.....TLE was convinced I would fall to my death as she continually reminded me to be careful.  I managed to get up and down without incident.  In all we walked just over 3 miles, and averaged over 3 mph for the entire walk.

The weather forecast called for a high of 75° F, but it never seemed to be that warm.  When I saw the forecast high in the morning I anticipated being able to sit outside watching the games on the outdoor TV, but it never seemed warm enough to go to the effort of setting things up.  I took care of my weekly black tank obligations, and spent the rest of the day enjoying some good football games which saw the Seahawks win a close game (17-9) over the Eagles, the Saints outlast the Panthers 34-31, and the Patriots win another close one 13-9 over the Cowboys.  Several games were marred by terrible officiating errors, which continues a disturbing trend this season.

Nothing else to report about Sunday except that we had our WiFi restored, finally, late Saturday evening and no longer had to sit our phones on the window ledge to get a cell signal.

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