Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Enough with the wind!

7:31 am - Wednesday - October 30th - Ramona, CA - 56° F, 16% humidity, wind 16 mph out of the northeast......very windy this morning (Santa Ana condition again), and power was shut off around 3 am this morning.....running on our inverter this morning.

We had a minor Santa Ana condition Monday which resulted in a layer of leaves covering everything, so we spent pretty much all day Tuesday blowing leaves out of the areas they do not belong back to where they do belong.  I spent the first part of the day working in the pool and playground areas clearing all the unwanted leaves away......

 All those leaves on the left used to be there↴

.....then I refocused my attention on the entrance to the park, and the first 300 yards of road into the park the rest of the day.  That was pretty much my day.  The day itself was windless with the temps in the high 60's.  I wore pants and my 'under armor' shirt for the first time since May due to the chill in the air which lasted all day long.  It appears we have another 'Red Flag' warning coming Wednesday and Thursday so we may lose power again.

Rich went into town to place a lumber order (including my fence posts) at TruValue Hardware in the morning, and all of the lumber was delivered by them around 2 pm in the afternoon, so I can return to my fence renewal project on Wednesday.

TLE and I spent the evening watching game 6 of the World Series from beginning to end.  It was a close well pitched game in the top of the 7th inning 3-2 in favor of the Nationals, but then they broke it open scoring 2 runs in the 7th, and 2 more in the 8th to put the game out of reach, so now we go to a deciding game 7 on Wednesday.

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