Monday, October 5, 2020

On a clear day......

 7:16 am - Monday - October 5th - Seal Rock, OR - 50° F, 100% humidity, wind 5 mph out of the north....clear, cool today with a forecast high of 65° F.  On this date in 2017 we were getting ready to board a plane in Denver for the second leg of our trip home to SoCal for a wedding....↴


Sunday it was back to work once again.....another 2 - 2.5 hour shift and then free for the rest of the day.  My assignment this day was to trim all the grass inside the WDS fence.  I'm not sure what WDS stands for, but this is the area where all the septic filters are, and there is no way to get a lawnmower in there to mow around all the manhole covers, so the tool of choice here is a weed whacker.  It took me about an hour to tame the grass, and move onto my next task.....

......which was helping Terry clean out the rain gutters on several outbuildings around SRRVC, which involved the use of a tall ladder.  Within 90 minutes we were done, and it was time to head home after a grueling 2.5 hour shift.....lol.  TLE has been working more hours than I as they are shorthanded in the office right now, and Sunday was no different  in that she worked 6 hours in all.

Around 3 pm I headed down to the office to join the rest of the staff and friends for a BBQ meal prepared by Terry and Michelle.  We had pulled pork and/or chicken sandwiches, BBQ beans, wonderful coleslaw, and interesting conversation.  When I walked down for the meal it was warm outside so I wore only shorts, a t-shirt and flip flops.  Within an hour a breeze had arrived, and I was getting cold quickly so I headed home.  TLE came home about an hour later.....

The fare



......while I was wating for TLE to come home I re-glued the bullnose strip on one of our entry steps, which suddently popped off Sunday when I was exiting the coach.  I used my GE clear silicone caulk to glue it back into position.....


.....other than that it was another reading day for both of us.  It remained clear the rest of the afternoon, and were treated to quite a beautiful sunset as a result.  There were a few clouds on the horizon which made for an amazing effect......





.....due to an ever present heavy marine layer we don't always get a sunset, but when we do it can be spectacular!

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