Thursday, January 21, 2021

Anticipation......

 8:00 am - Thursday - January 21st - Seal Rock, OR - 43° F, 87% humidity, wind - zero mph out of the north......cloudy today with a forecast high of 51° F.  On this date in 2019 we experienced an amazing sunset in Amarillo, TX......↴


Wednesday was another rare sunny day, and it hasn't rained for 4 days now.  I could get used to that, I think.  Blake and I covered the burn pile again in anticipation of rain beginning Thursday......

....then we exchanged the two picnic tables we had painted for the two in sites 20 and 21 which we'll paint next, took care of a couple other small chores and were done with our workday by 11:30 am.  I spent about 30 minutes talking with Blake, then met TLE on her way home just after 12 pm.  Another exhausting workday at SRRVC.....lol.

We do a lot of things here at SRRVC in anticipation of rain, and one other thing which I have learned needs to be done in anticipation of rain is to dump our black tank.  The last two times I needed to dump I waited too long and ended up doing it in the rain.....not fun at all.  Accordingly, I exited the Newell around 3 pm to take care of the task, and had everything buttoned up within 20 minutes.  I could have gone a few more days, but it will be raining then.....sigh.

As I mentioned a few weeks ago, January 20th was my last day on Facebook.  While I may keep my account open for a few more weeks, I have closed it to everyone, except for myself.  I can be found on MeWe, and will be posting notifications of my daily posts there from now on. You can also link directly to my blog by going to whatsnewell.blogspot.com.

Not much else to report....life goes on here in rural Coastal Oregon.....thanks for stopping by!

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